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Odious Brics loan for Durban port project will not go unopposed

Odious Brics loan for Durban port project will not go unopposed By Desmond D’Sa and Patrick Bond | Original Source: Business Day | 04 July 2018 The approval last week of a $200m loan from the Brics New Development Bank


Africa and the rich ‘North’ are still squabbling over how to stem the huge illicit capital drain from the continent

Africa and the rich ‘North’ are still squabbling over how to stem the huge illicit capital drain from the continent By Peter Fabricius | Original Source: Daily Maverick | 25 June 2018 Africa loses at least US$50-billion a year in illicit


People in defence of life and territory: Counter-power and self-defence in Latin America

People in defence of life and territory: Counter-power and self-defence in Latin America By Raúl Zibechi | Original Source: The Transnational Institute (TNI) | 19 June 2018 In much of Latin America, the state does not protect its citizens. This


Subsidising the rich: how workers pay the price for corporate tax dodging

Subsidising the rich: how workers pay the price for corporate tax dodging By Daniel Bertossa | Original Source: International Union Rights | 5 June 2018 For decades wages have stagnated, public services have been squeezed and inequality has risen as


China vs the US: The new imperial scramble for Africa

China vs the US: The new imperial scramble for Africa by Lee Wengraf | Original Source: Red Pepper | 28 May 2018 Since the start of the new millennium, sub-Saharan African economies have undergone a dramatic boom. This surge has been marked


Amadiba Crisis Committee Court Case Mobilzation

Amadiba Crisis Committee Court Case Mobilzation On the 23rd to the 24th of April, a historic court case for mining-affected communities took place at the North Gauteng High Court in Tshwane. The Amadiba Crisis Committee, represented by their lawyers Richard

 
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