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Europe’s claimed lead in the renewable energy transition offers Africa little to follow

In a world starving for want of good news, the article by the Mail & Guardian’s climate and environmental editor, Ozayr Patel, “Europe records drop in fossil fuels. Africa should do so too” (18 February 2024), might appear to be just

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Racism and moral superiority: Much of the world is embroiled in crises analysed and predicted by the left

By Jeff Rudin  Richard Pithouse’s article, “The new racism: Moral superiority” (10 February 2024) is the latest of the left-confusions on race.  Pithouse, the former editor-in-chief of the now-defunct New Frame, won’t object to being assigned to the left. I,

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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 | Symptoms of a paranoid dictatorship: Why Numsa has degenerated

Unions should by law be prohibited from owning or having any interest in investment companies. They have wrought havoc in the South African trade union movement.

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Public sector jobs under attack

Public sector jobs under attack Dick Forslund | Amandla 77 | August/September 2021 A day or two before the Budget Speech in February 2020, the state employer met with the unions and announced that the third year of the 2018

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A nation divided: 1948 to 2021

A nation divided: 1948 to 2021 Sam Moodley | Amandla 77 | August 2021 Note: while I abhor the use of apartheid racial categories, I use terms such as “Indian” and “African” only to facilitate reading. Quotation marks are used

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No rainbow, no gold: the Mandela rainbow myth: Monday July 12 made that clear

No rainbow, no gold: the Mandela rainbow myth: Monday July 12 made that clear David Hemson interviews “looter” Thabo Mutsaka* | Amandla 77 | August/September 2021 Thabo is a well educated youth, a university graduate deeply disappointed in the prospects

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Transitioning with Harmony: the Neoliberal Project in Sudan

Transitioning with harmony: the neoliberal project in Sudan Muzan Alneel and Walaa Salah | Amandla 77 | August/September 2021 It has been almost three years since millions of Sudanese women and men marched the streets demanding a new reality that

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The struggle for a Basic Income Grant [Interview with Khokhoma Motsi]

The struggle for a Basic Income Grant [Interview with Khokhoma Motsi] Interview with Khokhoma Motsi | Amandla 77 | August September 2021 Amandla!: The Covid-19 pandemic has been so devastating on the lives of the mass of poor people, coming

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The Paris Commune: an ode to emancipation [Book Review]

The Paris Commune: an ode to emancipation [Book Review] Siyabulela Mama |Amandla 77 | August/September 2021 We do not pay homage to a man, a hero or a great thinker, but to a crowd of anonymous people whom we refuse

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