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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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#StopTheBleeding_SA 5h
On the 2 & 3 October, the Alternative Information & Development Centre (AIDC) will be hosting a 2-day seminar discussing strategies to combat illicit financial flows, base erosion & profit shifting in order to Follow for more!
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Amandla! Sep 18
The Role of Public Utilities in Transforming the Energy Sector via
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Dominic Brown Sep 17
The Global Financial Crisis: A Decade Later - Still in the Danger Zone via
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X2vandyk Aug 22
What’s public about the Public Investment Corporation? via
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Lee Wengraf Aug 28
Glimmers of the possible in South Africa
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Critical Reading Aug 28
’s social and economic crises are taking a terrible toll, but there are signs of a resistance that can be built on, writes the left-wing journal
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Carilee Osborne Sep 11
Thanks to for asking me to review this important film by
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Right2Know Sep 14
While KZN political killings continue and Abahlali leaders remain in hiding, the Moerane Commission report is STILL secret, and even the transcripts have yet to be released. Please join in demanding transparency:
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Bruce Baigrie Sep 12
I wrote something for about where I've worked since April last year. It's a decent short history of the organisation. I'm incredibly proud of what we've achieved and even more excited about our potential to change our society ->
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Amandla! Sep 8
Dominic Brown (, AIDC) & Mazibuko Jara from (Ntinga Ntaba Nkadoda) speaking on the relevance of Marxism in Africa at the
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The Progressive Corner Sep 7
TPC Managing Editor Rekang Jankie currently leading a session at . Conference attendees are encouraged to submit essays to us on their reflections on transforming economics!
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New Agenda Sep 7
The and team is in Joburg for the . Check out for updates throughout the weekend
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Carilee Osborne Sep 7
Excited to chair this session and hear what and Mazibuko Jara have to say about Marxism in Africa
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REFA Festival 2018 Sep 7
It’s not only panels and talks here at . A number of organizations (including and ) have stands set up with free material on offer. Come have a browse 🤓
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Stop Corp. Power SA Sep 4
Day 2 of the International Conference on Energy at "The role of public utilities in transforming the energy sector and ensuring a just transition". You can also catch the livestreaming:
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Stop Corp. Power SA Sep 4
What is the future of energy in South Africa considering the current crisis that is faced by the Eskom
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Amandla! Sep 3
Livestream Session 2 - Global Energy Transitions and their implications for public sector utilities by Sean Sweeney (from Trade Unions for Energy Democracy), Daniel Chavez () & Samantha Mason.
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Dominic Brown Sep 3
See livestream of this NB discussion on the role of public utilities in transforming the energy sector in ensuring a for . Happening now!
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Tshisimani Sep 3
'Our '68: young revolutionaries arts festival', a day of dynamic performances by young learners from diverse backgrounds in Cape Town. They showed us what concerns them, what angers them, and what gives them hope through a combination of dance, spoken word, and physical theatre.
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Amandla! Sep 3
LIVESTREAM - THE ROLE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES IN TRANSFORMING THE ENERGY SECTOR AND ENSUR... via
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