South Africa
For illustration: A picture of school in South Africa

Radical educators and revolutionaries worldwide are bewildered by the question—which education is of most value? –as universities, colleges and schools turn into centres of oppression, perpetuating the dominant authoritarian discourse. 

Eskom
Picture credit: Eskom

This paper discusses the crisis facing South Africa’s state-owned company Eskom and its general relationship to people’s struggle and the pursuit for energy alternatives.

Photo credit: Bulawayo24

Once again, a formidable burst of state brutality against Zimbabwe’s citizenry has left at least a dozen corpses, scores of serious injuries, mass arrests, Internet suspension and a furious citizenry. The 14-17 January nationwide protests were called by trade unions against an unprecedented fuel price hike, leading to repression reminiscent of former leader Robert Mugabe’s iron fist.

Ramaphosa and Zuma

The old guard of South Africa’s ruling party put on new clothes last year, and a new party of the working class finally made its debut.

Kenyan nurses on strike for higher wages and better working conditions

A recent conference in South Africa raised issues on whether universal healthcare should be a private or state-driven endeavour.

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