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“Understanding Brazils general strike: Six months after Bolsonaro”

“Understanding Brazils general strike:Six months after Bolsonaro” 18:00-20:00 25 June, 2019 129 Rochester Road, Observatory Join us for a talk with Brazilian activists Adriana Gomes Santos and Antonio Neto on Brazil’s General Strike and the Bolsonaro presidency on 25 June


Towards the Fall of Capitalism

Towards the Fall of Capitalism Anthony De Villiers | 13 June, 2019 Our revolution needs a new and decisive direction. It is widely recognised among the left that capitalism is the cause of our oppression, but too much revolutionary time


The State Of Tax and Wage Evasion in South Africa: A Guide by the Alternative Information and Development Centre

The State Of Tax and Wage Evasion in South Africa: A Guide by the AIDC AIDC Economic Justice Programme Press Release | 10 June, 2019 The Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) has recently compiled a comprehensive study investigating the


Ramaphoria and the Great Moving Right Show: Towards a Constituent Assembly?

Ramaphoria and the Great Moving Right Show: Towards a Constituent Assembly? Brian Kamanzi | 29 May, 2019 As the dust settles on the Republic of South Africa’s 6th election, the ruling African National Congress (ANC) faces its deepest crisis since


The Tax Consequences of State Capture and Reform Proposals

The Tax Consequences of State Capture and Reform Proposals: A Submission to the Zondo Commision of Inquiry AIDC Economic Justice Programme Press Release | 27 May, 2019 Please find here, The Alternative Information and Development Centre’s (AIDC) submission to the


Fundraiser in Solidarity with CSAAWU farmworkers strike

Fundraiser in Solidarity with CSAAWU farmworkers strike 21 May 2019 from 18:00 – 20:30 1 Batter Lane, Main Road, Mowbray. Oak Valley workers and CSAAWU take on poverty wages (R160 per day) and old apartheid practiced at Oak Valley Farm.


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


OMCJ Monthly Meeting: Urban Greening and Reforestation

OMCJ Monthly Meeting: Urban Greening and Reforestation One Million Climate Jobs Campaign | 07 May 2019 Please note that our next OMCJ meeting which will take place on Tuesday, 21 May 2019 (9:30-12:30) at 129 Rochester Road, Observatory! The overarching


Face-to Face with the Race Issue

Face-to Face with the Race Issue Anthony DeVilliers | 06 May, 2019 Since 1994, people have loved to marvel about South Africa having a relatively peaceful transition to democracy. Indeed, they love to consider how it was relatively peaceful, despite


The Department of Labour Must Withdraw Its Notice to AMCU

The Department of Labour Must Withdraw Its Notice to AMCU AIDC Statement | 26 April, 2019 The Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) rejects the Department of Labour’s notice of withdrawal of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU)


How To Tax a Mutlinational

How to tax a multinational  Jayati Ghosh | Original Source: IPS Journal | 22 April, 2019 For some time now, multinational companies (MNCs) have been gaming the rules of the global economy to minimise their tax liability – or even


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,


20th Century South Africa: A Developmental History

Twentieth Century South Africa: A Developmental History Book Launch With Author Bill Freund Join us on Tuesday, 30 April 2019, from 6pm – 8pm at AIDC (129 Rochester Road, Observatory) for the book launch of Twentieth Century South Africa: A Developmental History with author Bill Freund.


#UniteBehind occupy PRASA offices in Cape Town

#UniteBehind occupy PRASA & ANC offices in Cape Town to demand a safe and efficient commuter rail service.  UniteBehind Statement | 17 April, 2019 Today, Wednesday 17 April 2019, the #UniteBehind coalition are occupying the offices of the Passenger Rail


Mozambique needs urgent action on debt crisis following Cyclone Idai

Mozambique needs urgent action on debt crisis following Cyclone Idai Jubilee Debt Campaign | Original Source: CADTM | 22 March, 2019   Cyclone Idai has caused huge destruction and loss of life in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. The true extent of


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


Confronting Inequality: The South African Crisis

Confronting Inequality: The South African Crisis Book Launch with Editor Michael Nassen Smith Join us on Thursday, 18 April at 6pm for a discussion with Michael Nassen Smith, editor of the recently released “Confronting Inequality: The South African Crisis” at the Amandla! Forum. Date: 18 April, 2019


What are Illicit Financial Flows and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting

What are Illicit Financial Flows and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: The Bermuda Connection AIDC Economic Justice Programme| Research Brief| 04 April, 2019 At the AIDC we regularly use the terms Illicit Financial Flows (IFF) and Profit Shifting. The brief 


Towards a Constitution that Protects the Enviroment

Towards a Constitution that Protects the Enviroment  Anthony De Villiers | 03 April 2019 South Africa needs increased awareness of the fact that environmental justice is social justice and the two cannot be mutually exclusive. The human population is part


Emancipatory Politics and Building Counter Power Conference, 11 April

Emancipatory Politics and Building Counter Power Conference 11 April AIDC Conference | 28 March, 2019 To download the full Conference programme click here Context: There is an urgent need to rethink strategies for building counter-power in a context where humanity


Personal Income Taxation in South Africa: The Struggle Against Inequality and Poverty in an Era of Crisis

Personal Income Taxation in South Africa: The Struggle Against Inequality and Poverty in an Era of Crisis AIDC Economic Justice Programme | 25 March, 2019 Introduction The purpose of this brief is to provide an overview of personal income tax in


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 Current Review: Call for Submissions

The Current Review: Call for Submissions The Current Review Editorial Collective | 18 March, 2019   If interested send an abstract, proposal, painting(s) or photograph(s) to this email address callforsubmissionsrc@gmail.com. There is no word limit!! Deadline: 30 March, 2019 The