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Mass revolt shakes the regime to its foundations Statement by the Executive Committee of the Workers and Socialist Party (CWI in South Africa) The Workers and Socialist Party salutes the youth and workers of Zimbabwe...

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For the rich there are very few obstacles to migrating to Britain. It is altogether another story for the majority of those currently fleeing war, dictatorship and conflict in the Middle East and Africa....

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No to military rule! Continue mass struggle – the whole rotten system must go! CWI Reporters, Ivory Coast After 27 years in power, Blaise Compaoré was planning to die in his presidential chair. But the...

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By Sarah White, Registered Nurse (RN) On Friday, September 25, 2014, my Uncle Thomas Eric Duncan went to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas. He had a high fever and stomach pains. He told the nurse...

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Significant step forward in the struggle for a living wage for all Workers’ and Socialist Party (WASP) statement: The Workers’ and Socialist Party today hails the resolution of the five-month-long strike in the platinum sector...

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20 years ago, nearly a million people were massacred in Rwanda. At the time, it went largely unreported. But it was a direct legacy of a century of colonial rule – the French state, under...

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Can a solution to the insurgency be found under capitalism? Statement from the Democratic Socialist Movement, Nigerian sister-organization of Socialist Alternative The abduction on 14 April by Boko Haram of over 200 girls from a public...

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The African National Congress has been re-elected with 62% of the vote. This represents a marginal decline with the shedding of a few hundred thousand votes in absolute terms and the loss of 3.5%. Given...

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In the video above, Kshama Sawant appeals for socialists and labor activists around the world to support the Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) in South Africa. There is a colossal opportunity to rebuild the workers’...

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After striking miners were killed in what is known as the “Marikana massacre” of April 16, 2012, tremendous working-class indignation, organization and political consciousness has emerged. The article below was produced in December of 2013...

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