AMANDLA ISSUE 21 | EDITORIAL

AMANDLA ISSUE 21 | EDITORIAL :We face a deepening crisis. Mining, manufacturing and agriculture, key employments sectors of the South African economy, have declined dramatically, almost certainly condemning many more thousands of people to the unemployment scrapheap....

Letters to the editor | Amandla Issue 22/23

While the socialist left are playing their violins our townships are bleedingAt what stage is the left going to respond to the horrendous killings that are a daily feature of life on the Cape Flats? Are you not losing an opportunity to intervene in a meaningful way...
A Hundred Years after the 1913 Land Act

A Hundred Years after the 1913 Land Act

By Richard Pithouse  In 1652, the year that Jan van Riebeck first stepped on to these shores, Gerrad Winstanley, an English radical, published a pamphlet called The Law of Freedom in a Platform. Three years earlier he had led a land occupation on St. George’s...