The last African team still standing has won the football (soccer) World Cup. The only thing is, they played as the French team. But over half the starting players are of African […]
Jacob Zuma has resigned as president of South Africa. The immediate reason was his corruption scandals, but the underlying reasons tell a tale that workers around the world should consider. It is […]
Here is Kavena Hambira from Namibia giving a summary of the situation in Namibia.
We republish here a document on Africa from the Revolutionary Communist International Tendency. We do not vouch for their political perspective, but we think that there is a lot of valuable information […]
In what seems like it will be a repeat of the struggle of the miners of 2012, now students in South Africa are rising up. Ashley Fataar reports from South Africa: Since […]
by Noor Nieftagodien in South Africa Martin Legassick (20 December 1940 – 1 March 2016) Comrade Martin Legassick passed away this morning, 1 March 2016, after a protracted and brave fight against cancer. Despite ill […]
The Nigerian government claimed it was “only” 150. Others said as many as 2,000. That’s the number of people killed by Boko Haram (the name means “Western Education is Sinful”) in their Jan. […]