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Amandla! Nov 14
Happening now, participants of the Thematic Social Forum are on Salaammedia radio, live. Watch here:
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Amandla! Nov 14
Day 3 Plenary | This was an opportunity to report back after the powerful thematic assemblies that looked at things like ecofeminism, the green economy and artisanal mining .
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Amandla! Nov 12
The Thematic Social Forum on Mining & Extractives has started in the Newtown Precinct! Follow key like to stay update!
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Dominic Brown Nov 8
President Joseph Mathunjwa & members of the Marikana Community arrive at the Permanent Peoples Tribunal taking place at the sci-bono discovery centre, Newtown. Today they'll be telling the untold stories of Marikana
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Amandla! Nov 8
Tomorrow (9 November at 10:00), Joseph Mathunjwa ( President), & the widows of the Marikana Massacre, including Mambush Noki’s wife, will tell their untold stories at the Permanent Peoples Tribunal taking place at the Sci-bono Discovery Centre in Newtown, Johannesburg.
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Dominic Brown Nov 7
Listen to this NB & nuanced contribution to the debate on identity, race & class by Asad Haider (editor of ) following the publishing of his book "Mistaken Identity: race & class in the age of Trump"
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Lester Spence Nov 7
So here are a few takeaways from yesterday. Some caveats. First while I'm talking about voting and electoral politics I understand it's necessary not sufficient. Second I also understand that the Democratic Party isn't the end all be all--in fact it's the opposite in many ways.
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Amandla! Nov 6
[I]t is nothing short of delusional to think such changes will come about without organising & mobilising workers to challenge the power of transnational corporations & political elites.
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Amandla! Nov 6
Next week! The Thematic Social Forum on Mining & Extractivism [12-15 November]
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Dominic Brown Nov 6
"Billionaires are the leading cause of climate change" shows the inextricable link between the impunity of corporate power & the ecological crisis....
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WoMin Nov 5
On Nov 9-11, the THIRD Permanent Peoples Tribunal in Southern Africa is happening. Hear cases from Mozambique, DRC, South Africa and more. JOIN communities in resistance to as they claim their !
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LONMIN BASF Nov 2
Yesterday in Cape Town Book launch «Business as usual after Marikana – Corporate Power and Human Rights» ISBN 978-1-928232-57-5 (Print), 978-1-928232-58-2 (Ebook), Jacana, Johannesburg
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LONMIN BASF Oct 30
This Thursday in Cape Town Update from Keamogetswe Seipato 'Business as Usual After Marikana' - Corporate Power and Human Rights A book launch and discussion with editors Maren Grimm and Jakob Krameritsch
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Amandla! Oct 24
2018: 7 things you need to know via
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Amandla! Oct 24
reflect on what should be doing ahead of the on Have a listen
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Amandla! Oct 24
Its the today, what will do vs what he should be doing...
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Amandla! Oct 24
Replying to @CapeTalk
Its the today, what will do vs what he should be doing...
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Dominic Brown Oct 23
Very NB discussion in the context where CR17 wants to intensify the mineral energy complex to get richer whilst the majority of SAs are kept at the margins. If SA is serious about addressing unemployment & inequality we would break from failed mining!
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Zwelinzima Vavi Oct 23
According to the research of the AIDC, Lonmin was transferring R400 – R500 million a year to their subsidiaries located in tax havens. Corporations like Lonmin are not just evading tax but are involved in systematic wage evasion! Why make the poor to pay more VAT?
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Dominic Brown Oct 23
Tomorrow is the SA medium-term budget policy statement (). What will do though vs What should he do?
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