It's hard to ignore the tragic demise of a movement that held and had so much meaning and potential.
Ebrahim Harvey challenges the former leader of the labour federation to examine his role in its unravelling.
We need to interrogate the intersecting race-class pendulum more to be able to see some very interesting omissions in our often very heated discourses
In trying to set up a new alliance and workers' party, it seems the union has taken on too much.
With local government elections a few months away the relevance of this cardinal electoral question is striking.
The wildcat strikes by refuse workers in Jo'burg are a troubling sign of leaderless disorganisation.
The splintering of black people along political and class lines means they don’t speak with one voice, writes Ebrahim Harvey.
The former EFF MP is guilty of a crude reductionism that contributes nothing to a nonracial society
Debilitating internecine rivalry and squabbles give scant hope that a leftist realignment can succeed.
No paper, the writer argues, has kept the ruling party on its toes as the M&G has done.