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ANC leadership shaken by electrifying ten days Weizmann Hamilton, Workers and Socialist Party In the biggest student protest movement since the fall of apartheid, students at universities across South Africa embarked on an uprising against...

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Under severe pressure from the families of the victims of the Marikana massacre and threats of legal action, President Jacob Zuma released an inquiry report that exonerates the government....

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Rebuild the Trade Union Movement on Socialist Principles The pro-ANC right-wing of the Cosatu leadership has accomplished what the apartheid regime could not and split the 2.2 million strong trade union federation. On the night...

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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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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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