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Sugary drinks tax

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Why trade unions can support it? 

The Treasury has proposed a tax on sugary drinks. This is opposed by sugar companies and some trade unions on the grounds of job losses. Tracey Malawana explains how

the tax will save thousands of lives and that the sugar industry is in rapid decline and jobs are, and will be, lost for other reasons than the tax.

Against Rape Culture

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When students took to the streets against rape culture at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, workers joined the protests in solidarity. Amongst

them was the National Health Education and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu)’s shop steward at the institution, Alfred Vena Zakede.

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Signs of the times

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What are the roots of the perceived radicalism in Limpopo. Is the province worse off than the others? Francois de Wet and Ian Liebenberg explain.

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Interview with PWMSA convenor Hlengiwe Mkhize

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Interview with PWMSA convenor Hlengiwe Mkhize

South Africa’s role in Africa

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South Africa’s role in Africa can be described as capitalist, imperialist, expansionist and opportunistic. This makes it impossible to build cross-class alliances against global imperialism, writes Shawn Hattingh.

Zimbabwe Nation in limbo

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With President Robert Mugabe winning the July 2013 election he will rule for yet another five-year term, which he will complete at 94 years of age. Blessing Vava looks at how Zimbabwe should start thinking of a new leadership to take the country forward instead of ZANU PF’s ‘team old’.

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Domecratic Marxism and the Numsa moment

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The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) moment challenges neoliberal capitalism promoted by the African National Congress (ANC) and brings together organised working class and left forces against capital. It is also provides an opportunity for renewal of Marxism in South Africa, writes Vishwas Satgar.

Is SA at tripping point.

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Twenty years after democracy South Africa is experiencing a perfect storm of crises, the product of a number of simultaneous, deep-rooted, structural crises: political, economic, labour and social. These crises may be sign that the country’s social and political power is going through change writes William Gumede.

Is SA at tripping point.

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Twenty years after democracy South Africa is experiencing a perfect storm of crises, the  product of a number of simultaneous, deep-rooted, structural crises: political, economic, labour and social. These crises may be sign that the country’s social and political power is going through change writes William Gumede.

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Numsa strike and the united front

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Was the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) general strike a turning point in Left politics and is the United Front going to bring together all progressive voices against neo-liberalism? Marcel Paret analyses the dynamics of the strike.

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