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The Revolution is not only Shouting, Singing and Dancing

The Lebanese revolution is not only about shouting, singing and dancing … and barricading roads! Sid Luckett | Amandla! Media | 17 January 2020 I recently spent a fortnight in Beirut and Tripoli (my third visit to Lebanon) witnessing and

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Eskom: unbundling and privatisation are not the answer

Eskom: Unbundling and Privatisation are not the Answer Amandla Correspondent | Amandla Issue 67/8 | December 2019 There is clearly an urgent need to deal with massive problems at Eskom. It cannot be business as usual – Eskom does need

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Lebanese Revolution

Lebanese Revolution by Abïr Ward | Amandla! Magazine | 19 December 2019 Following his trip to Lebanon Sid Luckett conducted an interview with Abir Ward, a lecturer and revolutionary from Lebanon, for Amandla! SL: When did the uprising in Lebanon

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Shock Therapy on the cards: Tito Mboweni is heading for economic decline, not “kick-start of growth”

Shock Therapy on the cards: Tito Mboweni is heading for economic decline, not “kick-start of growth” by Amandla Correspondent | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 In August, the Treasury issued a discussion document Towards an economic strategy for

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Looting and xenophobia: the ugly face of the economic crisis

Looting and xenophobia: the ugly face of the economic crisis by Ronald Wesso | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 The wave of xenophobic demonstrations and attacks around Gauteng during September raises the question: what would an effective response

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South Africa’s economy writhes under an international thumb, as the unpatriotic bourgeoisie flees

South Africa’s economy writhes under an international thumb, as the unpatriotic bourgeoisie flees by Patrick Bond | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 The rats are scurrying off a sinking ship, South Africa Inc. Financial advisor Magnus Heystek bragged

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Neoliberalism’s social and economic crisis

Neoliberalism’s social and economic crisis by Seeraj Mohamed | Amandla! Issue No.66 | October 2019 The social fabric in communities across South Africa is unravelling. Twenty-five years after the first democratic elections, the symptoms of this crisis are everywhere. They

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Gendered impacts of austerity

Gendered impacts of austerity by Funzani Mtembu | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 It is often assumed that budget cuts affect everyone the same. However, there has been substantial research which shows that austerity measures affect women and

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Interventions Towards Ecosocialism

Interventions Towards Ecosocialism by Bruce Baigrie | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 The Second Contradiction: Capitalism and the Environment We are firmly in the anthropocene, a term coined by scientists to highlight humanity’s domineering influence on the planet.

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Ecuador: From the middle of the world to the end of the world

Ecuador: From the middle of the world to the end of the world by Boaventura De Sousa Santos  | Amandla! Issue No. 66 | October 2019 On the verge of harsher neoliberal policies here in SA, this defeat of IMF

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