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SAA: Tito Mboweni’s R2bn game of financial chicken

SAA: Tito Mboweni’s R2bn game of financial chicken Dick Forslund | DailyMaverick | 21 January Finance Minister Tito Mboweni doesn’t seem to know how — or whether — to provide the R2bn that Treasury promised in immediate funding for South


One Million Climate Jobs Monthly Meeting: 21 January 2019

One Million Climate Jobs Monthly Meeting: 21 January 2020 The One Million Climate Jobs Meeting will be on the 21st of January from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. The venue of the meeting is as ever the Solidarity Center, 129


The uprising in Lebanon

The uprising in Lebanon Interview with Mohamad Kleit | Amandla! Issue No. 67/68 | December 2019 Amandla interviewed Mohamad Kleit, a Lebanese journalist specialising in international affairs and a socio-political activist seeking proper change in his country. Photos by: Sid


Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems

Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems In this video, Fritjof Capra, a renowned physicist and systems theorist, deals with the systematic interconnectedness of global problems: energy shortages, environmental degradation, climate change, economic inequality, violence, war etc. Aggravating one


Fritjof Capra speaks to The Heart of the Matter

Fritjof Capra speaks to The Heart of the Matter In this video, Fritjof Capra, a renowned physicist and systems theorist, deals with the systematic interconnectedness of global problems: energy shortages, environmental degradation, climate change, economic inequality, violence, war etc. Aggravating


Something has got to give

Something has got to give Amandla! Magazine: Issue 67-68 – Editorial – December 2019 As if it wasn’t bad enough. As if the suffering of the impoverished masses of South Africa wasn’t deep enough. Already we are experiencing unprecedented levels


Solutions to the Parastatal Challenge and Beyond

Solutions to the Parastatal Challenge and Beyond By Anthony de Villiers | 02 December 2019 The Zuma era will always be remembered as a time in which dreams and hopes of freedom were crushed and replaced with despair. During his


The IMF gets it wrong, again!

The IMF gets it wrong, again! Alternative Information & Development Centre | Statement on IMF Report This past week, IMF staff submitted a report following its official visit to South Africa. True to form, and unwilling to be upstaged by


Beware the TNC: 3 Years of People’s Resistance against Corporate Power

Beware the TNC: 3 Years of People’s Resistance against Corporate Power What happens when a powerful entity backed by the most legitimate form of authority in a country harms and disregards a community’s needs and human rights?  Well, the popular


#AmandlaNews: Red-Green Alliance reject foreign investors false promises

#AmandlaNews: Red-Green Alliance reject foreign investors false promises Social movements and trade unions protest at Ramaphosa’s Investment Summit demanding a moratorium on all retrenchments and that unemployment be declared a national disaster Amandla Correspondent | 08 November The Assembly of


Red-Green Alliance demands that unemployment be declared a national disaster

Red-Green Alliance demands that unemployment be declared a national disaster AoU Statement | 7 November 2019 Today, Assembly of the Unemployed, representing social movements of the unemployed around South Africa, in alliance with AMCU and SAFTU marched on Ramphosa’s Investment


Tribute to David Sanders, Revolutionary humanist and socialist

Tribute to David Sanders, Revolutionary humanist and socialist: 5 August 1945 – 30 August 2019 Brian Ashley | AIDC | 02 November, 2019 According to Leo Rosten, the author of The Joys of Yiddish, a “mensch” is “someone to admire


Foreign investment: Curse rather than cure

Foreign investment: Curse rather than cure AIDC Press Release | 06 November 2019 South Africa needs investment that can dramatically reduce both unemployment and inequality, while simultaneously reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This effectively calls for a reindustrialisation strategy such as


Press release: Mboweni Downgrades the Poor

Press release: Mboweni Downgrades the Poor Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) statement on the MTBPS 30 October 2019 South Africans should brace themselves for more social and economic hardships following the medium-term budget policy statement (MTBPS). Today, the Finance


Mboweni – ready for tough decisions?

Mboweni – ready for tough decisions? Alternative Information & Development Centre | 29 October 2019 On the eve of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s second mid-term budget speech in office the writings on the wall. If the latest Medium-term expenditure framework


Time for Treasury to Make Bold Decisions

Time for Treasury to Make Bold Decisions AIDC Statement | 29 October 2019 On the eve of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s second mid-term budget speech in office the writings on the wall. If the latest Medium-term expenditure framework and the


AFRICAN ORGANISATIONS PUSH FOR A LEGALLY BINDING TREATY ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

AFRICAN ORGANISATIONS PUSH FOR A LEGALLY BINDING TREATY ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS SOUTHERN AFRICAN CAMPAIGN TO DISMANTLE CORPORATE POWER MEDIA STATEMENT 17 October 2019 As part of the latest round of negotiations on the U.N. Binding Treaty on transnational


AMCU litigates against major mining company – Samancor [Press statement]

AMCU litigates against major mining company – Samancor [Press statement] Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) & Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) 2 October 2019  AMCU is litigating against the second largest chrome producer in the world –


Message of condolences on the Death of Professor David Sanders

Message of condolences on the Death of Professor David Sanders AIDC Statement | 02 September 2019 We join the many, nationally and globally in mourning the death of this great humanist, socialist, public health scholar and above all activist. David


GEPF, budget austerity and the Eskom debt crisis: The R1.8 trillion and growing Elephant in the Room, Part 1:

GEPF, budget austerity and the Eskom debt crisis: The R1.8 trillion and growing Elephant in the Room, Part 1: GEPF, budget austerity and the Eskom debt crisis  Finance Minister Mboweni’s Special Appropriation Bill added R59bn over two years to Eskom’s


Court must respect customary law – ACC

Amadiba Crisis Committee | Press Release |19 August, 2019 Amadiba Crisis Committee 2019-08-19: Kingship conflict again in Court on Tuesday – Court must respect customary law: PONDOLAND IS NOT FOR SALE! On this Tuesday 20 August, the Pretoria High Court


Scourge of Unemployment Shows Need for Drastic State Intervention

Scourge of Unemployment Shows Need for Drastic State Intervention AIDC Statement | 02 August 2019 In most other countries the news that more than 10.2 million citizens are unemployed would lead to mass calls for the President and Finance minister’s


PIC’s Problems Structural, Not Individual

PIC’s problems are structural and not just due to individuals Dominic Brown |CGTN Africa | 26 July 2019 Former PIC CEO and CIO Dan Matjila has admitted that senior politicians and other influential people have tried (and seemingly succeeded) to direct


#MauritiusLeaks shows the urgent need to reform the International Tax Framework to combat profit shifting

Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) | Press Release | 23 July 2019 With the help of weak national legislation, auditing firms, lawyers and banks, transnational corporations (TNCs) have created a world of secrecy, allowing them to act with almost