News

  • Illicit Financial Flows

    The African continent loses billions of US-Dollars each year due to illicit financial flows. IFFs result in increased inequality and poverty. Watch Video
Unbenannt

Women defending water, land and life in northern KwaZulu-Natal

Women defending water, land and life in northern KwaZulu-Natal By:  Samantha Hargreaves Amandla! Issue No. 47 | September 2016 Women from Somkhele and Fuleni at the WoMin-led “Women Stand their Ground against Big Coal” Southern African exchange. Women carry the burden

5fee5c44a44513e8dc25c4d87ecb96fe

Mega-Mergers: 3 giant corporations controlling South Africa’s Food and Farming systems

Mega-Mergers: 3 giant corporations controlling South Africa’s Food and Farming systems   Amidst the deepening political crisis in which South Africa is mired, another slow-burning crisis is playing out in our food and farming systems as three mega mergers are

hqdefault

NO GOOD COMES FROM THE MINE [video]

NO GOOD COMES FROM THE MINE:  Women Rise for Justice fundraising trailer This trailer showcases some of the struggles that the women in Somkhele face as a result of mining in their community. It shows how women from Fuleni come to Somkhele on a fact-finding

rich-

Judge Dennis Davis described attitudes to wealth taxes as appalling.

“I find it shocking there are people telling me we can’t increase estate duty, capital gains tax shouldn’t be higher, that the marginal tax rate shouldn’t increase. Why not? Quite frankly, we should be paying more tax and we should

Permanent Peoples Tribunal
"The Permanent Peoples Tribunal - Jurors Report.”...Read More

STOP THE BAYER/ MONSANTO MERGER!

Supporters of the Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power, STOP THE BAYER/ MONSANTO MERGER! Transnational Corporations (TNC’s) dominate South Africa’s seed and agrochemical sector. Corporate information such as market shares are kept totally secret. Two of the largest TNC’s

TaxAvoidance-20150126104340158

New estimates reveal the extent of tax avoidance by multinationals

New estimates reveal the extent of tax avoidance by multinationals New figures published today by the Tax Justice Network provide a country-level breakdown of the estimated tax losses to profit shifting by multinational companies. Applying a methodology developed by researchers

 
Stop Corporate Impunity

Tweets

Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

In the spirit of #AfricansRising, Africa needs to rise & fight the plunder of TNCs! This is theft! @AfricansRising @TaxJusticeAfric @StopIFF

Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

Happy Africa Day!! A day for Africa to unite,reflect, celebrate and fight! @AfricansRising t.co/IDicN633td

Show Media
Tweet Media
Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

“African governments received $32bn in loans 2015, but paid more than half of that in debt interest” t.co/QNYkZk95D8 #stopcorppower

Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

And more than 90 of the companies are based in tax havens that allow these corps to evade wages and tax… t.co/VZOkuhEdoX

Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

It isn't just tax evasion but rather wage evasion as workers on the ground are suffering from companies moving ther… t.co/wTZaPrePei

Stop Corp. Power SA's Twitter avatar
Stop Corp. Power SA
@StopCorpPower

Civil Society in Peru against the negative impacts of Chinese mining firms in Peru! #StopcorporateAbuset.co/7h52lBkaxA