South African capitalism is in crisis and the ruling class is divided. With worsening conditions of life, sooner or later the working class will place renewed class struggle on the agenda.
Three months have passed since the Sudanese masses rose up and overthrew General Omar al-Bashir, the dictator who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for thirty years.
Hundreds of thousands of workers, peasants, and poor took to the streets of Sudan to protest against the vicious rule of the Junta.
On Tuesday, September 20, mass student protests erupted across South Africa after Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande announced that universities can raise tuition fees by up to 8% next year.
On Friday, October 23, South Africa’s president, Jacob Zuma, announced that there will be no increases to student university fees for next year. This was a clear attempt by the government to contain a movement […]
In the early hours of Saturday morning, November 8, the Central Executive Committee of South Africa’s largest labor federation, COSATU, voted by a margin of 33 to 24 to expel its biggest affiliate, NUMSA, from […]
The situation in Burkina Faso has been moving at lightning speed since the revolution erupted. The revolutionary masses overthrew Blaise Compaoré, but also his handpicked successor just a few hours later.