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Hamba Kahle Dot Keet: 16 February 1942 – 8 February 2020

Hamba Kahle Dot Keet: 16 February 1942 – 8 February 2020 Born in Zimbabwe in 1942, Dot Keet pursued her university education in South Africa in the early 1960s.  She then went into voluntary political exile and spent many years undertaking

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The Public Investment Corporation & financing a just transition

by The Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) South Africa’s growing public debt is being used as a means to legitimise deepening austerity without seriously questioning if it is true that the debt is not manageable, or whether it can

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SAA: Tito Mboweni’s R2bn game of financial chicken

SAA: Tito Mboweni’s R2bn game of financial chicken Dick Forslund | DailyMaverick | 21 January Finance Minister Tito Mboweni doesn’t seem to know how — or whether — to provide the R2bn that Treasury promised in immediate funding for South

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The uprising in Lebanon

The uprising in Lebanon Interview with Mohamad Kleit | Amandla! Issue No. 67/68 | December 2019 Amandla interviewed Mohamad Kleit, a Lebanese journalist specialising in international affairs and a socio-political activist seeking proper change in his country. Photos by: Sid

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Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems

Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems In this video, Fritjof Capra, a renowned physicist and systems theorist, deals with the systematic interconnectedness of global problems: energy shortages, environmental degradation, climate change, economic inequality, violence, war etc. Aggravating one

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Fritjof Capra speaks to The Heart of the Matter

Fritjof Capra speaks to The Heart of the Matter In this video, Fritjof Capra, a renowned physicist and systems theorist, deals with the systematic interconnectedness of global problems: energy shortages, environmental degradation, climate change, economic inequality, violence, war etc. Aggravating

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Something has got to give

Something has got to give Amandla! Magazine: Issue 67-68 – Editorial – December 2019 As if it wasn’t bad enough. As if the suffering of the impoverished masses of South Africa wasn’t deep enough. Already we are experiencing unprecedented levels

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Solutions to the Parastatal Challenge and Beyond

Solutions to the Parastatal Challenge and Beyond By Anthony de Villiers | 02 December 2019 The Zuma era will always be remembered as a time in which dreams and hopes of freedom were crushed and replaced with despair. During his

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The IMF gets it wrong, again!

The IMF gets it wrong, again! Alternative Information & Development Centre | Statement on IMF Report This past week, IMF staff submitted a report following its official visit to South Africa. True to form, and unwilling to be upstaged by

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Beware the TNC: 3 Years of People’s Resistance against Corporate Power

Beware the TNC: 3 Years of People’s Resistance against Corporate Power What happens when a powerful entity backed by the most legitimate form of authority in a country harms and disregards a community’s needs and human rights?  Well, the popular

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