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Report: Strategies to resist austerity

On the 15th of March 2023, AIDC hosted a public forum to discuss international and historical experiences of austerity with Professor Clara Mattei, author of The Capital Order: How Economists Invented Austerity and Paved the Road to Fascism. For the

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Amadiba Crisis Committee 2023-04-24: Trespassing TLB chased in Sigidi village, Mbizana. Seven women injured by knobkerries.

Amadiba Crisis Committee: Trespassing TLB chased in Sigidi village, Mbizana. Seven women injured by knobkerries. ACC Statement, 24 April 2023 “You are dirty and uneducated villagers. What are you talking about? Women have no say over land.” These are the

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AIDC Statement on 2023/4 National Budget

2023/4 National Budget Analysis Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) Statement 23 February 2023 “This is not an austerity budget”, said Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana in his 2023 budget speech. It is a blatant lie. Yet another budget that centres

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#FixEskom to address South Africa’s energy crisis: Private sector is the problem not the solution to the electricity crisis: a public pathway is possible!

Context: The escalation of load shedding and Eskom’s general debilitation has exploded into a national crisis. Unfortunately for South Africans, the government has not confronted this crisis with effective and just solutions.  After years of short-sighted policy choices, the government

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Strategies to Resist Austerity!

AIDC is hosting a discussion on International and Historical Experiences of Austerity with Clara Mattei – author of the Capital Order: How economists invented austerity and paved the way to fascism on the 15 March 2023.  Following the input from

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POWERLESS OP-ED (PART 2): We can’t just wave goodbye to Eskom – we need to fix it, and it’s possible

By Dominic Brown | Daily Maverick | 08 Feb 2023  Although many South Africans yearn to dump the state-owned power utility, fixing and maintaining Eskom’s power stations to boost energy availability is the quickest way to stabilise supply in the short to medium

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STATEMENT: Amadiba Crisis Committee 2023-01-30: Plot to kill two leaders in Amadiba, Mbizana, EC.

We have received very disturbing information in January from a whistleblower, of the planned assassination of Nonhle Mbuthuma and Thwesha Silangwe, community leaders in Amadiba A/A in Mbizana (EC). Both leaders have been working to move the N2 Wild Coast

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We condemn the brutal slaying of Comrade Thulani Maseko and demand justice be served

Statement by the Southern Africa and the Global Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power  Cape Town, 25 January 2023 –  It is with deep anger and sadness that we learned of the brutal murder of our comrade and friend Thulani Maseko

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These are dark days for South Africa: The power crisis is worsening, but its effects are not equally felt

By Andile Zulu | The Continent | 21 Jan 2023 It is just three weeks into the new year, and South Africans have spent most of it without consistent power, with little sign of improvement on the horizon. Rolling blackouts of up to 10 hours

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Op-Ed: Mozambican government’s legitimacy crisis reinforces authoritarianism

By Boaventura Monjane and Teresa Amal | Daily Maverick | 11 Jan 2023  The current crisis in Mozambique is due mainly to the inability of the state and the government to respond to the primary concerns of the Mozambican people. These include

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