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Social movements march against budget cuts!

For too long, austerity has been the guiding principle of our economic strategy, promising fiscal responsibility while delivering hardship for those least able to bear it. Cuts to essential services, stagnant wages, and a widening wealth gap have become all

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AIDC STATEMENT: The 2024 Budget will make things even worse!

As expected, the Treasury today put forward another austerity budget to Parliament. Tokenistic increases in social grants will not be enough to soften the deep social crisis faced by the majority of impoverished South Africans. The budget will also result

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Joint statement: There is “an alternative” to the status quo of stagnation, mass unemployment and unprecedented inequality!

On 21 February, we will be marching with community organisations, trade unions, and activist groups ahead of the 2024 budget speech, recognising that austerity will likely continue to be implemented in this coming budget. Reports from health sector workers speak

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AIDC statement on the Electricity Regulation Amendment Bill: Let’s keep our energy affordable!

On Friday 13 October, the Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) made a submission on the Electricity Regulation Amendment Bill advocating for the halting of the independent transmission company setup process.  Last month, the Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources and

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State-owned entities: A war zone between political and economic elites

By Andile Zulu The rapid collapse of state-owned entities continues to threaten South Africa’s political stability and intensifies the social crises created by a stagnant economy.  On 7 August, the Daily Maverick reported a story that captured the tragic realities

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AIDC climate justice digest

From 2009, the AIDC saw the necessity of integrating the ecological crisis and especially the climate crisis into its programmes and strategies, as a significant dimension of the overall crisis of civilisation which the world was facing. A major theme

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Cry of the Xcluded’s Year of Mass Action campaign gains traction

Earlier this month, the Cry of the Xcluded launched a Year of Mass Action campaign, since then, they have held speak-outs, teach-ins, protests and demonstrations to create awareness and to channel the anger of South Africans to where it belongs.

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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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AIDC FORUM | Private sector is the problem not the solution to the electricity crisis: a public pathway is possible!

The electricity crisis is getting worse. Loadshedding is happening more frequently and for longer periods. The situation has become intolerable. A stagnant economy is teetering and another recession beckons. Many workers will lose their jobs as businesses close. Of course,

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Taking Back the Just Transition for Climate Protection and Decent Work!

The AIDC, with the support of FES, is inviting you to debate the energy transition in South Africa. This discussion amongst trade unionists, social and environmental justice activists is urgent in light of the crisis of energy and climate policy. There are growing differences

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