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Andile Mngxitama

Andile Mngxitama

    EFF must buddy up with the ANC if it is to make strides towards policy change
    EFF must buddy up with the ANC if it is to make strides towards policy change
    National policy issues can now take centre stage, but sacrfices will have to be made in order to achieve them
    ​The EFF must shun the DA and hop into bed with the ANC to press for policy change
    ​The EFF must shun the DA and hop into bed with the ANC to press for policy change
    'The result shows that the main opposition parties were put in the pound seats by the ANC voters who didn’t show up on election day.'
    Land restitution just the beginning for BLF movement
    Land restitution just the beginning for BLF movement
    The Black Agenda, the BLF's policy document, is a list of systems and structures that need to be abolished in South Africa, writes Andile Mngxitama.
    Politicians and pastors preach a false gospel
    Politicians and pastors preach a false gospel
    Pastors and politicians will continue to feed off the desperation of the poor, until their material and spiritual needs are met, and oppression ends.
    Mpofu defends Cliff: Paradox or hypocrisy?
    Mpofu defends Cliff: Paradox or hypocrisy?
    How can a black lawyer who chairs an anti-racist party defend Gareth Cliff’s right to be a racist, asks Andile Mngxitama.
    Penny Sparrow: Racism's sacrificial lamb
    Penny Sparrow: Racism's sacrificial lamb
    The only way to break the back of white supremacy is to give back the land.
    Lessons in the paradoxes of race and capital
    Lessons in the paradoxes of race and capital
    It’s all very well shouting at imperialists in public, but then why do you serve their agenda in private?
    Long-lasting solutions are needed to end Afrophobia scourge
    Long-lasting solutions are needed to end Afrophobia scourge
    The state frames and perpetrates self-hate among blacks through violence - as in Operation Fiela.
    The state is perpetuating Afrophobia
    The state is perpetuating Afrophobia
    Operation Fiela has such wide objectives one can't help but conclude that it is actually a ruse to criminalise Africans.
    Party members should be first to criticise it
    Party members should be first to criticise it
    Political leaders are using their financial largesse to ensure loyalty from those dependent on them.
    Let the ashes of Burkinabe Parliament stand as a stern warning
    Let the ashes of Burkinabe Parliament stand as a stern warning
    The restlessness of our people suggests something is in the air. It may not happen tomorrow, but it will certainly happen in our lifetime.