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#FeesMustFall in Nigeria

#FeesMustFall in Nigeria

Since the inauguration of President Bola Tinubu, a wave of fee hikes has swept through public universities and secondary schools in Nigeria. Across numerous campuses, students have risen in response to these policies, registering their dissent through campaigns,...

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Who is afraid of the masses in Haiti?

Who is afraid of the masses in Haiti?

A desperate humanitarian crisis is underway in Haiti. Since the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse in 2021, the country has been gripped by crippling levels of gang violence characterized by regular street battles, kidnappings, sexual assault, and the...

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Gaza’s traumatic stress

Gaza’s traumatic stress

The state of mental health in Gaza has to be contextualised in the history of the last 75 years of colonization and occupation; the 17 years during which Gaza has been the world’s largest outdoor prison; and the current constant bombing and invasion of Gaza that has...

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Amandla 90/91: Stop The Genocide

Amandla 90/91: Stop The Genocide

After the review of the last 30 years of agrarian reform in Amandla! 89, the feature in this issue looks at ‘The housing mess’. Patrick Bond goes back to what he calls “the developer-driven, bank-centred model” of Joe Slovo’s housing policy, and notes how it has...

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Chinese New Youth taking on the Imperial Dragon

Chinese New Youth taking on the Imperial Dragon

FROM 1949 UNTIL RECENTLY, generation after generation of “new youth” demanded their rights. But they were all harshly suppressed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Then, it seemed that most Chinese lost the courage to reassert their rights. Not long ago, the...

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