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What About the Universal Basic Income Grant Mr President?

What About the Universal Basic Income Grant Mr President? Cry of the Xcluded & Assembly of the Unemployed | Statement | 29 July, 2021 On Sunday evening South African President Cyril Ramaphosa offered his in-frequent dictats to the nation via


Amadiba Donate Food to KZN riot victims

Amadiba Donate Food to KZN riot victims Press Alert | 23 July, 2021 Following the week of devastation and rioting across the country that left many destitute, without food or shelter across KZN, the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) have elected


Unemployed movements demand a decent BIG to address South Africa’s hunger crisis

Unemployed movements demand a decent BIG to address South Africa’s hunger crisis Press Statement | Assembly of the Unemployed | 21 July 2021  As the Assembly of the Unemployed we have noted that President Ramaphosa says that implementing a basic


No Jobs and no Basic Income – Unemployment Stats Downplay SA’s Jobs Crisis

No Jobs and no Basic Income – Unemployment Stats Downplay SA’s Jobs Crisis By the Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) and the Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) 03 June, 2021 The AIDC and the AoU note the results of


Yes to Level 2 Lockdown, But What About A Basic Income Grant?

Yes to Level 2 Lockdown, But What About A Basic Income Grant? Press Statement | Assembly of the Unemployed | 01 June, 2021 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) accepts the move to lockdown level 2 as the number of


Local Government in South Africa: Briefing Papers

Local Government in South Africa: Briefing Papers AIDC + Assembly of the Unemployed | Briefing Papers | 31 May, 2021 The functioning of local government in South Africa has been severely affected by the implementation of austerity policies. Such measures


Solidarity with Abahlali BaseMjondolo and Mqapheli George Bonono

Solidarity with Abahlali BaseMjondolo and Mqapheli George Bonono Assembly of the Unemployed | Statement | 12 May 2021 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) is adding its solidarity support to Abahlali BaseMjondolo in KwaZulu- Natal following the arrest of its


‘HIV taught us a lesson we will never forget’ – Amadiba community on beating Covid-19

‘HIV taught us a lesson we will never forget’ – Amadiba community on beating Covid-19 Two decades ago the Amadiba community learned their lesson in a devastatingly hard way when they were waiting on government. They use their formidable community “bush


The Struggle for a Community Food System

The Struggle for a Community Food System Nombulelo Sineke, Vuyokazi Made, Nohlumelo Jacobs, Siyabulela Mama and Tuletu Nombona | 23 April 2021 More than anything else the COVID – 19 pandemic has  exposed the great inequalities in our society. As


Call on Parliament to Reject the 2021 budget

Call on Parliament to Reject the 2021 Budget The 2021 Budget proposes real cuts to spending on socio-economic rights. This will have severe consequences in a time of unprecedented suffering and has to be challenged. If Parliament approves this Budget


The Unemployed Masses Demand a Basic Income Grant Now

The Unemployed Masses Demand a Basic Income Grant Now Statement by the Assembly of the Unemployed | 23 February 2021 As Tito Mboweni prepares to deliver his 2021 Budget Speech, South Africa is in a deep state of crisis. Our


Farewell To Karl Cloete – Former NUMSA DG

Farewell To Karl Cloete – Former NUMSA DG Unathi Vimbani | Amandla Online | January 2020 The gigantic leader of the workers and working class has left the office. Cde Karl Cloete resigned from his position of being Deputy General


Adding insult to injury: What the poor and working class think about Tito Mboweni’s mini budget

Adding insult to injury: What the poor and working class think about Tito Mboweni’s mini budget Siya Mama and Khokhoma Motsi | Daily Maverick | 4 November 2020 As we – the Assembly of the Unemployed and our comrades in the Cry of the


Government fails to live up to COVID-19 socio-economic relief promises, says BJC

Government fails to live up to COVID-19 socio-economic relief promises, says BJC Budget Justice Coalition | 25 June 2020 The Supplementary Budget announced by Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni on 24 June 2020, including a revised fiscal framework and spending


We want a radical new deal that provides three million jobs – The Cry of the Xcluded

We want a radical new deal that provides three million jobs – The Cry of the Xcluded Cry of the Xcluded | DailyMaverick | 20 May, 2020 We will emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic into a global economic crisis and


We refuse to celebrate our hardship and your relief

We refuse to celebrate our hardship and your relief Cry of the Xcluded |Press Statement |22 April 2020 Nearly one month into South Africa’s lockdown, the vast majority in society faces tremendous suffering and hardship. We have no income, we


Cry of the Xcluded launch statement: Let South Africa Work! Jobs, Dignity and Services!!!!

Cry of the Xcluded launch statement: Let South Africa Work! Jobs, Dignity and Services!!!! The unemployment crisis South Africa finds itself at a precipice. The economic malaise currently being experienced places the nation at a point of no return. The


Assembly of the Unemployed, SAFTU and AMCU to launch: “The Cry of the Excluded”

Assembly of the Unemployed, SAFTU and AMCU to launch: “The Cry of the Excluded”  Issued by The Assembly of the Unemployed, 10 February 2020 The Assembly of the Unemployed (AoU) alongside the South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) and


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


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


Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court

Grabouw workers take Oak Valley Farm to Equality Court CSAAWU Press Statement| 02 July 2019 The 3 month strike at Oak Valley Farm over wages, housing and labour brokers carries on due to attempts by the bosses to negotiate in


Crisis in Makhanda

Crisis in Makhanda Unemployed People’s Movement Statement | 16 May, 2019 Makhanda is a broken town. The whole world knows this. The ANC have looted the town’s money, year after year, with no consequences. They have enriched themselves while impoverishing


Farmworkers in Grabouw strike for R250 daily wage

Farmworkers in Grabouw strike for R250 daily wage Mzi Velapi | Original: Elitsha | 07 May 2019   Workers at Oak Valley Farm have been on strike since Monday. With support from the nearby Grabouw community, they aim to lead


Appeal to South Africans for support against Mantashe coming to Xolobeni

Appeal to democratic South Africans for support against Mantashe coming to Xolobeni Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) Statement| 23 April 2019 The Mining Minister and Chair of ANC, Mr Gwede Mantashe, has again decided to come to Xolobeni on 25 April,