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Unemployment and the Skills Myth in South Africa

Unemployment and the Skills Myth in South Africa Siyabulela Mama | 19 August, 2019 The majority of South Africans are young with two-thirds of the population less than 34 years of age.  To date,  the South African labour force is made up

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Farming and housing: land struggles fail to unite in Caledon

Farming and housing: land struggles fail to unite in Caledon Boyce Tom | Amandla 64 | June 2018 This article draws some lessons, and makes some observations, from the recent service delivery protest action in the small rural town of

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Too Many Carrots and Too Few Sticks

Too Many Carrots and Too Few Sticks Michael Nassen Smith and Carilee Osborne | Amandla 64 | June 2019 In his opening speech at the October 2018 Jobs Summit, President Ramaphosa made the following comments: “The social partners have agreed

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The Violent Work of South African Gangs

The Violent Work of South African Gangs Christopher Morris | Amandla 64 | June, 2019 For working class communities on the peripheries of South Africa’s urban centres, gang violence is part of daily life, in the home, taxi, school and

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What ever happened to the Energy Transition?

What ever happened to the Energy Transition? John Treat | Amandla 64 | June 2019 Anyone trying to understand what’s happening with the world’s energy systems right now can be forgiven if they are confused. On one hand, most people

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Urban Land Reform for Social and Spatial Justice

Urban Land Reform for Social and Spatial Justice  Mercy Brown-Luthango | Amandla 64 | June, 2019 South Africa is now more than 60% urbanised and the urban population is projected to grow to more than 70% by 2030. This is

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Queering health care

Queering health care Clio Koopman | Amandla 64| June, 2019 Access to health care is a perfect example of who is important in South Africa and who is not. In unequal South Africa, private health is accessed by 16% of

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The Alex shutdown and the real problems of the township

The Alex shutdown and the real problems of the township Interview with Mzwonke Mayekiso, Alexandra Civic Organisation | Amandla 64 | June, 2019 Amandla!: In your view, how does the urban crisis manifest in Alex? What is it that makes

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The Urban Crisis Is A Crisis of Capitalist Democracy (and the Struggle to Remove Its Chains)

The Urban Crisis Is A Crisis of Capitalist Democracy (and the Struggle to Remove Its Chains) Trevor Ngwane | Amandla 64 | June 2019 There were protests galore during the build-up to the 2019 May 8 South African national elections.

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Something’s got to give

Something’s got to give: Amandla! 64 Editorial Amandla! Editorial Collective | Amandla! 64 | June 2019 The election of a new government should be a time of celebration. 25 years since the end of Apartheid should be the time of

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