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Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court

Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court CSAAWU Press Statement| 02 July 2019 The 3 month strike at Oak Valley Farm over wages, housing and labour brokers carries on due to attempts by the bosses to negotiate in


Crisis in Makhanda

Crisis in Makhanda Unemployed People’s Movement Statement | 16 May, 2019 Makhanda is a broken town. The whole world knows this. The ANC have looted the town’s money, year after year, with no consequences. They have enriched themselves while impoverishing


Farmworkers in Grabouw strike for R250 daily wage

Farmworkers in Grabouw strike for R250 daily wage Mzi Velapi | Original: Elitsha | 07 May 2019   Workers at Oak Valley Farm have been on strike since Monday. With support from the nearby Grabouw community, they aim to lead


Appeal to South Africans for support against Mantashe coming to Xolobeni

Appeal to democratic South Africans for support against Mantashe coming to Xolobeni Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) Statement| 23 April 2019 The Mining Minister and Chair of ANC, Mr Gwede Mantashe, has again decided to come to Xolobeni on 25 April,


Still No Justice for Activist ‘Bazooka’ Rhadebe

Still No Justice for Activist ‘Bazooka’ Rhadebe Nomahlubi Jordaan | Original Source: TimesLive | 22 March 2019 Amnesty International South Africa has called on law-enforcement agencies to bring to book those responsible for killing anti-mining activist Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe. Rhadebe was


Mass meeting on Human Rights Day in Sigidi Village, Mbizana

Mass Meeting on Human Rights Day in Sigidi Village, Mbizana Amadiba Crisis Committee | 20 March, 2019 Sigidi is one of five villages that have resisted the ‘Xolobeni Mining Project’ for 15 years. The villagers are also resisting Sanral’s N2


The Unemployed Urge Government to Act on Unemployment

The Unemployed Urge Government to Act on Unemployment A Statement by the Assembly of the Unemployed | 18 March 2019   The Assembly of the Unemployed is a burgeoning movement that gives voice to South Africa’s more than 10 million


Right to Say No: Rally and festival in Sigidi village, ‘Xolobeni’, Human Rights Day 21 March

Right to Say No: Rally and festival in Sigidi village, ‘Xolobeni’, Human Rights Day 21 March Amadiba Crisis Committee | 13 March, 2019 It is with great pride and excitement that the Amadiba Crisis Committee announces, and at the same


Community consent requirement will end mining, MPs told

Community consent requirement will end mining, MPs told By Linda Ensor | Original Source: Business Day | 15 February 2019 Mineral resources director-general Mokoena says Act only requires meaningful consultation with communities before a mining right is granted If the law is


Magnificent Victory for the RIGHT TO SAY NO to mining

Magnificent Victory for the RIGHT TO SAY NO to mining By Local Correspondent | Amandla Issue 61/62 | 24 January 2019 The community of Umgungundlovu, known as “Xolobeni” and organised in the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC), won a landmark victory


Mantashe announces a ‘Third Coming’ to Xolobeni on 16 January – “DON’T COME, MINISTER MANTASHE!”

Mantashe announces a ‘Third Coming’ to Xolobeni on 16 January – “DON’T COME, MINISTER MANTASHE!” Amadiba Crisis Committee Press Statement | 09 January 2018 On 20 December our lawyers got a letter. Gwede Mantashe “invites stakeholders” to discuss “economic development”


Xolobeni Defeat DMR & Mantashe and Win the Right to Say No to Mining

Xolobeni Defeat DMR & Mantashe and Win the Right to Say No to Mining Amadiba Crisis Committee Press Release | 22 November 2018 The Xolobeni community has won its case against DMR and Mr Gwede Mantashe. The North Gauteng High Court


Interview with Thapelo Mohapi, General Secretary of Abahlali baseMjondolo

Interview with Thapelo Mohapi, General Secretary of Abahlali baseMjondolo By Amandla Correspondent | Amandla Magazine Issue 60 | 06 November 2018 Amandla!: Can you briefly tell us about Abahlali – its constituency, its structures and the issues that it has


Ayanda Kota, Biko and Black Consciousness – History in Repetition

Ayanda Kota, Steve Biko and Black Consciousness – History in Repetition By Anthony de Villiers | Written for Amandla | 16 October 2018 South Africa finds itself at a turning point. Our post-apartheid dispensation has evidently moved to a new


“Matter of facts to eNCA” – Amadiba Crisis Committee Press Statement

“Matter of facts to eNCA” Amadiba Crisis Committee | Press Statement | 1 October 2018 In order to put a misleading report on the “Xolobeni Mineral Sands Project” by eNCA in perspective, the Amadiba Crisis Committee issued the following press


SAPS must investigate events at Xolobeni without delay

SAPS must investigate events at Xolobeni without delay By Amnesty International South Africa | Source: Press Statement | 27 September 2018 The excessive use of force by the South African Police Service (SAPS) during a peaceful anti-mining protest in Xolobeni,


#UniteBehind is ready to build a just and equal society

#UniteBehind is ready to build a just and equal society By Bruce Baigrie | Amandla Correspondent | 10 September 2018 On 6 April 2017, activists from various peoples’ movements and NGOs came together to organise the Cape Town Memorial for


Review: Learning for Living’: A much needed publication

Review: Learning for Living’: A much needed publication Siyabulele Mama | Amandla | 24 August 2018   ‘Learning for Living’ is a book that argues for an emancipatory and humanist pedagogy. 2018 marks 21 years since the death of Paulo


“12 Days Left for Minister Gwede Mantashe to visit Xolobeni”

“12 Days Left for Minister Gwede Mantashe to visit Xolobeni” By Amadiba Crisis Committee | 13 July 2018 On Monday 6 August, 200 members of the Amadiba Crisis Committee gathered to General Meeting on a mountain in Xolobeni. The meeting


Effective Governance

Effective Governance By Anthony de Villiers | Written for Amandla | 31 July 2018 What kind of constitutional democracy is this that South Africans give so much credibility to? How can the vast turmoil we see reflect our people’s representation?


The struggles of Abahlali baseMjondolo

The struggles of Abahlali baseMjondolo By Thapelo Mohapi | Written for Amandla | 27 June 2018 Abahlali baseMjondolo is a democratic movement of impoverished people with members in five provinces. The movement was formed in 2005, after a blockade of


A blow to labour broking – a victory for all workers

A blow to labour broking – a victory for all workers By AIDC | AIDC Press Release | 27 July 2018 The Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) salutes the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) for their


Mining communities reject new draft charter

Mining communities reject new draft charter By Lisa Steyn | Original Source: Business Day | 6 July 2018 The largest network of communities affected by mining in SA has rejected the draft Mining Charter ahead of a summit this weekend.


PHM-SA Statement on National Health Insurance Bill

PHM-SA Statement on National Health Insurance Bill By People’s Health Movement | Press Release | 26 June 2018 The long-awaited National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill is welcomed by the People’s Health Movement South Africa (PHM-SA) in that it affirms “universal