Africa

No Black People Are Illegal in Africa. Refugees Go To Struggle

No African is a foreigner in Africa – except down in South Africa Achille Mbembe, is from Cameroun, and he is professor and researcher of Witwatersrand University By Cesar Neto The plight of poor foreigners living in South Africa is terrible. Foreigners are 7% of the population. A substantial part are poor economic migrants...

South Africa: The Economic Crisis is Back, and Xenophobia is too.

There is a great coincidence between xenophobic attacks in South Africa. In 2008, at the height of the global economic crisis, a wave of xenophobia killed 42 people, injured hundreds and 25,000 people had to leave their homes. By Cesar Neto In 2019, when a new cycle of world economic crisis is...

Solidarity to the Sudanese General Strike!

The International Labour Network for Solidarity and Struggles issued a statement in solidarity with the Sudanese revolution and their demands for a civilian administration. By CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup One hundred labor and people’s organizations from 40 countries are members of the International Labour Network for Solidarity and Struggles. CSP-Conlutas is a member...

Sudan: CSP-Conlutas Solidarity Motion

Justice for Sudan Once again thank you very much. The statement was translated and published in the SPA FB page - there is positive gratitude to your statement by the public and Trade Unions. Sudanese Doctors Union (بيان صادر بتوقيع 60 منظمة حقوق مدنية برازيلية)   ساوبولو، 7 مارس 2019   كامل دعمنا للثورة السودانية   إننا...

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 5

 Sudanese workers rise: old traditions, new challenges By: Martin Ralph - ISL / UK 05/20/2019 Many workers organise strikes over many issues but there is one central demand, the end of the regime. But who joined the rising tide and why?   Revolution faces electric and water cuts The occupation outside the military HQ has...

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 4

Sudanese revolution; dangers, strikes, and growth The fight for real change has only just begun   By Martin Ralph (ISL-Britain)  05/07/2019 In the Khartoum occupation, a Sudanese Professional  Association speaker says, “The military is only trying to rebrand itself, to show another face. It is an extension of the same old rotting regime.” The alliance...

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 3

Atbara, The city of “iron and fire”, is at the heart of Sudan’s railway network and a home to the country’s labour activists, already had a legacy for dissent against rulers before and after Sudan’s independence in 1956. By Martin Ralph (ISL-UK) 04/29/2019 27 April: This is the best report I have seen...

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 2

The City of Iron and Fire sends a revolutionary train In the last report it was stated that the railways did not function any more under the regime led by Omar Al-Bashir, and before. That was true, but a revolution can revive and organise many things that the masses need...

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 1

All to the occupations End the military government International support for the revolution “Bullets doesn’t kill us, silence does” By Martin Ralph (ISL- UK) 04/26/19 Many 100,000s of protestors continue occupations at the army headquarters on 22 April and throughout the country. The Sudan Professionals Association said on 21 April, “we will continue with...

For a Civilian Government of Revolutionary Organisations!

Down with the military regime! Bring to justice those who order and carry out killings! For a civilian government of revolutionary organisations! There is no ‘peaceful’ road in Sudan For a revolutionary party of the workers and oppressed   ISL (UK) 18 June 2019   The Sudanese military was forced to remove Omar al-Bashir to save the regime....

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