Carbon Trading Scams Make Mockery of Climate Change

By Patrick Bond, Rehana Dada and Graham ErionWith climate change posing one of the gravest threats to capital accumulation – not to mention humankind and our environment – it is little wonder that economists such as Sir Nicholas Stern, establishment...
Whose Terrain?

Whose Terrain?

By Jeremy Cronin, SACP deputy general secretary The mainstream press today has made much of Cronin’s comments as anti-Vavi statements with regards to the Civil Society Conference convened by COSATU recently. Below, read what Cronin had to say in Umzebenzi Online and...
Whose strike to whose gain? | by Christian Selz

Whose strike to whose gain? | by Christian Selz

Alongside the prominent demand for R150 a day, striking farm workers in the Western Cape are demanding an end to labour brokering – an uphill battle that they are likely to lose given that some of their perceived leaders appear to trade in that very business. It is...