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December 04, 2022

South Africa

South Africa| The end of illusions and the struggle against Mandela's legacy

Several events taking place in South Africa in recent months show the increasingly tense political situation in the country. Among these events, we can highlight a metalworkers' strike, massive...

South Africa | Workers on strike against the Zionist boss show the strength of boycott campaigns

On November 22nd, 5,000 workers from various facilities and distribution centers belonging to the...

Workers' Strike Against Zionist Bosses Show Strength of Boycott Campaigns

As of November 22, 5,000 workers from several Clover plants and distribution centers were...

Retaking the Path of Struggle, Against the ANC and the CP

The wave of looting that occurred in South Africa in July showed the bankruptcy...

South Africa: Riots and Food Looting, the Wheel of History Turned

In recent months, sub-Saharan Africa has been shaken by numerous struggles. Youth and popular...

South Africa: Riots and Food Looting, the Wheel of History Turned

In recent months, sub-Saharan Africa has been shaken by numerous struggles. Youth and popular struggles in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Senegal, Swaziland. Worker strikes in Kenya...

Mandela’s Rainbow Nation Carries Out Barbaric Actions Against Black Immigrants

“No African is  a foreigner in Africa – except down in  South Africa" Achille Mbembe On June 16, Operation Dudula took place, which had been publicly prepared and convened...

German Government and Volkswagen: Populism and Repression in the South African Pandemic

The German government decided, through the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), together with South African Volkswagen, to support the battle...

On Top of Coronavirus, Recession!

The South African government has just adopted two help lines. To save the bourgeoisie, up to US$ 16.2 bn. For the workers, 6 installments...

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...

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...

Struggle for free education in South Africa: student is killed

There is a long history of student activism in South Africa. Students were part of the fight against apartheid. For many years, students have...

Marikana massacre [part 4]

The Farlam Commission is part of the capitalist instruments of violence against the masses The Farlam Commission lists as a central theme: ‘The Commission is...

Marikana massacre [part 3]

The NUM officials were well aware the RDO’s at Lonmin were underpaid but signed a two year agreement with Lonmin, where they were the...

Marikana massacre [part 2]

The police claim that the original plan was to roll out the barb wire all at once, early in the morning and then surround...

On the Farlam Commission report and the Marikana massacre

The leadership of the SACP, NUM, Cosatu and the ANC would have us believe that the striking mineworkers at Marikana were ‘violent’, that they...

South Africa: the wheels are loosening

A few years ago, an important leader of the ANC (African National Congress) said, “I fear the wheels are coming off”, referring to the...

General Strike in South Africa

Several cities in Sout Africa participate of the General Strike called by the South-African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) and the National Union of...

On the fall of Zuma

The revolutionary period of 1980 to 1993 was partially defeated by the negotiated settlement whose cornerstone was the maintenance of capitalist relations. The negotiated...