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EFF organises and represents workers

EFF organises and represents workers Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi, Head of EFF Labour Desk, interviewed by Mazibuko Jara Amandla 76 | June 2021 Mazibuko Jara: When it comes to organising workers, what is the strategic thinking? What do you want to achieve?

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The EFF will not bring the change South Africans need

The EFF will not bring the change South Africans need Andile Zulu | Amandla 76 | June 2021 Approaching local elections, beyond its spectacles of defiance and never-ending episodes of controversy, what do the politics of the Economic Freedom Fighters

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Corruption is a class project – Amandla 76 Editorial

Corruption is a class project – Amandla 76 Editorial Editorial | Amandla 76 | June 2021 The scandal surrounding the Health Minister is symptomatic of a terrible disease gripping South Africa. Literally, billions of rands are looted, not just by

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Issa Shivji: Reclaiming Pan-Africanism for social emancipation

Issa Shivji: Reclaiming Pan-Africanism for social emancipation Amandla interview with Issa Shivji | Amandla! Magazine | Issue 67/68 | December 2019 This was a presentation at the Southern African People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) People’s Summit – August 2019, followed by

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After the “Numsa moment”: towards a party of a new kind.

After the “Numsa moment”: towards a party of a new kind. Niall Reddy | Amandla 75 | March 2021 Over the last decade, the Left in a number of Western countries has undergone a historic transition from “protest to politics”,

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The lessons of the Indian farmers’ struggle

The lessons of the Indian farmers’ struggle Sushovan Dhar | Amandla 75 | March 2021 No other Republic Day has witnessed such unprecedented levels of public claims over their nation. The streets of Delhi were enlivened with spontaneous marches of

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WhatsApp and anti-capitalists: should you stay or should you go?

WhatsApp and anti-capitalists: should you stay or should you go? Jane Duncan | Amandla 75 | March 2021 What’s up with WhatsApp? How should anti-capitalists respond to the recent announcements by its parent company, Facebook, about changes to its terms

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Connecting the dots: Covid, climate and capitalism.

Connecting the dots: Covid, climate and capitalism. Jacklyn Cock | Amandla 75 | March 2021 The climate crisis and the Covid–19 pandemic are connected through the violation of ecological limits.The worst affected, the “shock absorbers” of both crises, are the

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Covid-19 and the awakening of the arts sector

Covid-19 and the awakening of the arts sector Mike van Graan | Amandla 75 | March 2021 In recent times, both internationally and in South Africa, there has been much cultural policy emphasis on the “cultural and creative industries”. This

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Vaccine imperialism: if no one is safe until everyone is safe, then no one is likely to be safe

Vaccine imperialism: if no one is safe until everyone is safe, then no one is likely to be safe Jack Gerson | Amandla 75 | 31 March 2021 The arrival of effective vaccines against Covid-19 provides hope that the pandemic

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