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Amandla! is a progressive media project. producing, sharing and analysing information, Towards promoting community media for social justice.
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Amandla! 4h
: Out of the Zuma frying pan straight into the privatisation furnace Tito Mboweni’s budget signals a significant shift in orientation towards privatisation.
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Amandla! 7h
In South Africa, investment as a % of GDP is declining & is at its lowest point in 13 years!
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Budget Justice Coalition SA 9h
Powerful march against austerity and unemployment by the . Minister is receiving the memorandum himself.
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eNCA 8h
What does and an aloe have in common? The Finance Minister explains... Watch LIVE on now and
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Amandla! 10h
"just because you are , rightly, opposed to US imperialism that doesn’t mean that you have to back Maduro – because the victims are in between"
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"Era of unbridled faith in the virtues of the market is now over" via
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Amandla! 12h
: 8 points for Mboweni We are not as helpless as we may think, there are alternatives to the budget we can expect from Mboweni today. Here are 8 points to consider.... via
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Budget Justice Coalition SA Feb 19
In case you missed it: Dick Forslund of was on speaking about and the possible negative ramifications of placing some of its debt on the government balance sheet. .
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Equal Education Feb 19
[] As we await , EE calls on to reverse cuts to basic education funding, follow through on commitment to prioritise early learning, ring-fence funding for scholar transport & clarify his promise to fund sanitary pads in schools.
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Amandla! Feb 19
Activists from the Assembly of the Unemployed making placards ahead of
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Amandla! Feb 19
Building a new : Fully Public and Serving the People [Pubic Forum] with Sean Sweeney (), Daniel Chavez () from the , Sandra Van Niekerk (AIDC) & Ruth Ntlokotse (TBC) via
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Institute for Economic Justice Feb 19
GroundUp interviewed IEJ co-director about South Africa’s unemployment problem and what can be done to address it.
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Budget Justice Coalition SA Feb 19
Dick Forslund of , a coalition member, has written an op-ed for the . In it he argues that "putting Eskom's debt on the government's balance sheet may lead to another credit downgrade and disastrous budget austerity"
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Amandla! Feb 19
The struggle to socialise via
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Kōkua Water Bottles Feb 18
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UniteBehind Feb 18
For too long rail commuters have been paying the costs of corruption at PRASA. We will be heading to the NPA office on February 25 to ask that those responsible for the looting at PRASA are held accountable. This week we will be focusing on our Top Ten Most Wanted List.
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Budget Justice Coalition SA Feb 16
Replying to @budgetjusticesa
Budget oversight: Blacklisting companies involved in corruption is good but not enough. The individuals who are directors in the companies involved in corruption plus implicated employees also need to be blacklisted.
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Amandla! Feb 18
Ahead of , many analysts are arguing that how government intends to fund will be one of the main questions Mboweni needs to answer. Read AIDC's proposal to use the GEPF to bailout Eskom
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SocialSecurityCoalitionSA Feb 15
budget tip: introduce a Basic Income Grant. It will reduce poverty & inequality. Citizens between the ages of 18 to 59 currently receive no social assistance & unemployment is a stubborn challenge.
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