The end of NUM’s hegemony: AMCU and new mlitancy

The end of NUM’s hegemony: AMCU and new mlitancy

The Association of Mining and Construction Workers (AMCU) was born in 1998 out of a strike at Douglas Colliery, one of the oldest mines belonging to Ingwe Coal, when 3,000 workers occupied the underground works of the mine in protest against the dismissal of Joseph...
CAMDEN POWER STATION: THE WORKERS’ STORY

CAMDEN POWER STATION: THE WORKERS’ STORY

Interview with Camden NUM leadership Amandla!: So we’re sitting here with load-shedding. It persists. In general, it gets worse. Why in your view is this the case? What is happening that is causing us to have this level of load-shedding or even load-shedding at...
SOUTH AFRICAN GREEN REVOLUTIONARY COUNCIL

SOUTH AFRICAN GREEN REVOLUTIONARY COUNCIL

Amandla!: SAGRC has been going for nearly 40 years. Tell Amandla! readers who you are and what you have been doing. Matthews Hlabane: SAGRC is an environmental and social justice organisation based in Emalahleni. It started in the 1980s, when most of us, as youthful...