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The Current Review: Call for Submissions

The Current Review: Call for Submissions The Current Review Editorial Collective | 18 March, 2019   If interested send an abstract, proposal, painting(s) or photograph(s) to this email address callforsubmissionsrc@gmail.com. There is no word limit!! Deadline: 30 March, 2019 The

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Class, Race, Gender and Knowledge

Class, Race, Gender and Knowledge Join us for a talk with internationally renowned Marxist academic, Helena Sheehan, on Class, Race, Gender and Knowledge. The discussion will be co-hosted with the Mzala Nxumalo Centre for the Study of South African Society

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Building a new Eskom: Fully Public and Serving the People

Building a new Eskom: Fully Public and Serving the People 28 February 2019 | 17:30 – 20:00 | 129 Rochester Road, Observatory (CPT) The crisis at ESKOM must not be used to further liberalise and privatise the energy sector. The

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The Hadji Alidja Esau Story Book Launch

The Hadji Alidja Esau Story Book Launch Join us on Tuesday 12 February 2019, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for the book launch of The Hadji Alidja Esau Story with the author, Cyril W Jacobs. About the

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More Than A Game: Cricket, Imperialism & SA with Colin Bundy

More Than A Game: Cricket, Imperialism & SA with Colin Bundy Join us on Thursday 24 January 2019, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for a talk with leading historian, Colin Bundy, on Cricket, Imperialism & South Africa.

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Where to for Brazil?

Where to for Brazil? Brazil has just elected a fascist president who is openly racist, sexist and homophobic. For this to happen in a country where the Workers Party (with all its flaws) was in power and with many strong

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Everything must fall [Screening]

Join us on Thursday, 29 November 2018, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for a screening of Everything Must Fall and the following discussion with director Rehad Desai. Synopsis: An unflinching look at the #FeesMustFall student movement that

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Sisters of the Wilderness [Screening]

Join us on Thursday, 8 November 2018, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for a screening of Sisters of the Wilderness and a discussion with Karin Slater, the director and cinematographer. Synopsis: Part wildlife documentary – the astonishing

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Business as Usual After Marikana Book Launch

Amandla! Forum 01/11: Business as Usual After Marikana Book Launch Join us on Thursday, 1 November 2018, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for the book launch of Business as Usual After Marikana and a discussion with editors

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Organising Resistance in the Gig Economy with Jamie Woodcock [Amandla Forum 17/10]

Amandla Forum 17/10: Organising Resistance in the Gig Economy with Jamie Woodcock Join us on Wednesday, 17 October 2018, from 18h00 at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for a talk on Organising Resistance in the Gig Economy with Jamie Woodcock,

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