Category: South Africa

Sisonke Msimang: Tutu’s Passing is a Reminder of the ANC’s Unfinished Business

Tutu’s reconciliation efforts were supposed to be followed by justice for apartheid victims

Brett Wilkins: ‘We Won’t Stop Fighting’

“We must do everything we can to undo the destructive colonial legacy of extractivism, until we live in a world where people and the planet come before the profits of toxic fossil fuel companies.”

Abahlali baseMjondolo: The justice system continues to fail us in eKhenana

We will continue to support progressive forces that occupy land for living and creating food sustainability

Abahlali baseMjondolo: The majority have rejected the ANC

The ANC, DA and EFF will all leave the poor to continue to be poor. There is no hope from these parties. The only hope that we have is ourselves

Abahlali baseMjondolo: The repression of Abahlali in eKhenana continues but the Commune remains

The criminal justice system – including the police and the prosecuting authority – continues to be misused by the ANC to repress our movement

Abahlali baseMjondolo: Food sovereignty from the perspective of the urban poor

We can only overcome food crises when the social value of land is put before its commercial value

Abahlali baseMjondolo: We are Dying for Food

As usual we are spoken about and not spoken too. As usual we are criminalised. As usual our lives count for nothing

Abahlali baseMjondolo: An urgent call to build solidarity in action

We are committed to work with all progressive forces and all people of good faith to build solidarity in this crisis via unity in action

Juan Cole: South Africa ‘Ungovernable’ after a former President was Jailed

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Paul Cochrane: Nothing is Happening in South Africa (Just Devastation)

Huge swathes of South Africa are smouldering from days of rioting and looting

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