Trevor Ngwane social weight of organised, mobilised workers is beginning to consolidate in South Africa. The September public sector strike was a shining example, writes Trevor Ngwane.


The causes of world’s ecological crisis can be traced to capitalism, Trevor Ngwane writes in this week’s Pambazuka News, but socialism still needs to give greater weight to environmental considerations – not least because it is the working class which is most vulnerable to the negative impacts of the crisis.

What did we learn from the World Conference Against Racism in Durban? And how do we prepare for the upcoming annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) later this month in Washington--assuming that in the wake of the tragic terrorist attack that this still goes ahead as scheduled?