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No Jobs and no Basic Income – Unemployment Stats Downplay SA’s Jobs Crisis

No Jobs and no Basic Income – Unemployment Stats Downplay SA’s Jobs Crisis By the Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) and the Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) 03 June, 2021 The AIDC and the AoU note the results of


Yes to Level 2 Lockdown, But What About A Basic Income Grant?

Yes to Level 2 Lockdown, But What About A Basic Income Grant? Press Statement | Assembly of the Unemployed | 01 June, 2021 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) accepts the move to lockdown level 2 as the number of


Building a Pan Africanism from below

Building a Pan Africanism from below  Boipelo Bonokwane | Womin | 31 May 2021 Ma 25th is observed across the region as African Liberation Day and marks the commemoration of the Pan African unity which laid the foundation for the


Local Government in South Africa: Briefing Papers

Local Government in South Africa: Briefing Papers AIDC + Assembly of the Unemployed | Briefing Papers | 31 May, 2021 The functioning of local government in South Africa has been severely affected by the implementation of austerity policies. Such measures


Pan-African Histories and Perspectives with Aziz Salmone Fall

Pan-African Histories and Perspectives with Aziz Salmone Fall Watch the live recording of our Africa Day event hosted in collaboration with African Climate Justice Convergence, African Ecofeminist Collective, AIDC, ATTAC Morocco, CADTM, GRAIN, HOME-F, Informal Alliance Against Oil Palm Plantations,


What Is Austerity? [Part 1 + 2]

What Is Austerity? [Parts 1 + 2] Part 1 Austerity measures aim to reduce public expenditure through spending cuts and tax increases. These cuts and increases are designed to help governments meet their obligations to pay back loans. Austerity measures


Pan African Histories and Perspectives with Aziz Salmone Fall

Pan African Histories and Perspectives with Aziz Salmone Fall Tuesday 25 May 1PM GMT/UTC, 3PM CAT/SAST | 2PM WAT Register at https://bit.ly/PanAfricanAlternatives1 Join us for an Africa Day dialogue:PAN AFRICAN HISTORIES AND PERSPECTIVES with Aziz Salmone Fall [Pan-Africanist political scientist, Coordinator


Solidarity with Abahlali BaseMjondolo and Mqapheli George Bonono

Solidarity with Abahlali BaseMjondolo and Mqapheli George Bonono Assembly of the Unemployed | Statement | 12 May 2021 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) is adding its solidarity support to Abahlali BaseMjondolo in KwaZulu- Natal following the arrest of its


US Support for TRIPS Waiver: Good, But Not Good Enough

US Support for TRIPS Waiver: Good, But Not Good Enough  Peoples Vaccine Campaign | Statement | 07 May, 2021 The Peoples Vaccine Campaign [PVC] of South Africa welcomes the US government’s support for a waiver of provisions of the World Trade Organisation’s


‘HIV taught us a lesson we will never forget’ – Amadiba community on beating Covid-19

‘HIV taught us a lesson we will never forget’ – Amadiba community on beating Covid-19 Two decades ago the Amadiba community learned their lesson in a devastatingly hard way when they were waiting on government. They use their formidable community “bush


US-backed global minimum tax will not stop transnational shenanigans

US-backed global minimum tax will not stop transnational shenanigans Jaco Oelofsen | BusinessDay | 03 May 2021 Their profits are not made in New York offices but through exploitation of the poor in developing countries Profits of transnational corporations rarely


PVC Steering Committee Statement on the No Fault Compensation Fund for Covid-19 Vaccines.

PVC Steering Committee Statement on the No Fault Compensation Fund for Covid-19 Vaccines. Peoples Vaccine Campaign | Statement | April 2020 The Peoples Vaccine Campaign (PVC), which was established in January 2021 in response to the slow progress made by


The Struggle for a Community Food System

The Struggle for a Community Food System Nombulelo Sineke, Vuyokazi Made, Nohlumelo Jacobs, Siyabulela Mama and Tuletu Nombona | 23 April 2021 More than anything else the COVID – 19 pandemic has  exposed the great inequalities in our society. As


Austerity and South Africa’s Health Crisis – with Alex Mashilo

As Covid-19 ravaged the country, the glaring holes in the country’s healthcare system were severely exposed. The systematic gutting of the sector via austerity has left the country ill-prepared for the crisis, watch as Alex Mashilo of the South African Communist Party explains.


What Is Austerity?

As South Africa experiences severe budget cuts, many are criticising the government for its “austerity”. But what is it and why is it bad?
In this short clip Busi Sibeko of the IEJ and Zwelinzima Vavi of SAFTU help explain it


Call on Parliament to Reject the 2021 budget

Call on Parliament to Reject the 2021 Budget The 2021 Budget proposes real cuts to spending on socio-economic rights. This will have severe consequences in a time of unprecedented suffering and has to be challenged. If Parliament approves this Budget


Mboweni’s DA budget: finance minister and ANC government turn against their own people

Mboweni’s DA budget: finance minister and ANC government turn against their own people Joint Statement on 2021 Budget | 25 February, 2021 While Tito Mboweni delivered the government’s budget speech, movements took to the streets across the country, voicing our


The unemployment figures are even worse than they appear to be

The unemployment figures are even worse than they appear to be Alternative Information and Development Centre Statement, 24 February Ahead of the 2021 Budget Speech, the latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) figures released by Stats SA paint a gloomy


The Unemployed Masses Demand a Basic Income Grant Now

The Unemployed Masses Demand a Basic Income Grant Now Statement by the Assembly of the Unemployed | 23 February 2021 As Tito Mboweni prepares to deliver his 2021 Budget Speech, South Africa is in a deep state of crisis. Our


Towards a Wealth Tax for South Africa: A 2 Part Webinar Series

Towards a Wealth Tax for South Africa: A 2 Part Webinar Series 18 + 22 February 202114:00 – 16:00Zoom Registration: https://cutt.ly/Dkn704z  Join us on the 18th and 22nd of February as we host an exciting two-part webinar series on taxation and inequality in South


The great wealth tax debate: How to fund a constitutional state

The great wealth tax debate: How to fund a constitutional state Tim Cohen writes that it would be both unfair and counterproductive to introduce “a wealth tax”. He quotes Judge Dennis Davis saying “while a wealth tax would add to the legitimacy


SARBs failure to reduce the interest rate in a time of crisis must not go unchallenged

SARBs failure to reduce the interest rate in a time of crisis must not go unchallenged Statement by the Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) 22 January, 2021 It is a disgrace that the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) failed


Christmas Shootings accused before Mbizana Court on 19 January for the tenth time after nine ‘postponements’

Christmas Shootings accused before Mbizana Court on 19 January for the tenth time after nine ‘postponements’ Amadiba Crisis Committee | 18 January, 2020 Tomorrow at 9.00AM, the five accused of the 2015 ‘Christmas Shootings’ in Mdatya village on Amadiba will


TOWARDS A PEOPLE’S VACCINE CAMPAIGN – A CALL TO ACTION

TOWARDS A PEOPLE’S VACCINE CAMPAIGN – A CALL TO ACTION C19 Peoples Coalition | Call to Action As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc in South Africa and across the globe, millions are dying and getting infected. Inoculating (vaccinating) a significant