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Hegemony in and the Hegemony of Gramsci

Hegemony in and the Hegemony of Gramsci Gramsci is now a “star in the firmament” of humanities. Can his fame help us to better understand his thought or does it risk producing a misinterpretation of his thought? We will try

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Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement

Patriarchy, Power and the Labour Movement with Prakashnee Govender In this period where activists have begun to expose the pervasive nature of patriarchy and misogny in activist spaces – this is a period where the labour movement needs to authentically

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The Crisis at Eskom and the Impact on the Working Class

The Crisis at Eskom and the Impact on the Working Class An Interview with Phakamile Hlubi and Sandra van Niekerk Workers on Wednesday |SAFM | 24 July “Over the years, this show [Workers on Wednesday] has focused on the crisis

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Understanding Brazils general strike: Six months after Bolsonaro

On Friday the 14th of June, Brazil witnessed one of the largest general strikes in recent years. Workers from various sectors joined the General Strike against the Pension Reform, in defense of Education and by jobs. Segments in the transport sector,

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Confronting Inequality: The South African Crisis

South Africa’s distorted distribution of wealth is one of the biggest challenges facing the country’s economy, with unemployment sitting at an unsustainable 27.7%. In terms of wealth, the top percentile households hold 70.9% while the bottom 60% holds a mere

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20th Century South Africa: A Developmental History

20th Century South Africa: A Developmental History The twentieth century has brought considerable political, social, and economic change for South Africa. While many would choose to focus only on the issues of race, segregation, and apartheid, this book tries to

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Is Marxism relevant today?

More than 200 years since Marx’s birth, and 150 years since Das Kapital, is marxism still relevant? Should we still care about Marxism? Bio: Prof Helena Sheehan is emeritus professor at Dublin City University where she taught history of ideas.

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Class, Race, Gender and Knowledge

How do class, race and gender impact on the production of knowledge? Is it enough to include those who have been excluded from advanced knowledge? Or has knowledge itself been tainted by the exclusions of class, race, gender and colonial

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Building a new Eskom: Fully Public and Serving the People

The crisis at ESKOM must not be used to further liberalise and privatise the energy sector. The proposal to break-up ESKOM into different companies WILL lead to greater privatisation of the energy sector. Electricity will become more expensive and jobs

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Investment In Renewables

Sean Sweeny discusses the green economy and investment in renewable sources of energy in the context of a steadily rising demand for energy. Listen to his input here:  

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