youth politics

 
Leigh-Ann Naidoo: The anti-apartheid generation has become afraid of the future
Leigh-Ann Naidoo: The anti-apartheid generation has become afraid of the future
The 15th annual Ruth First Memorial Lecture was held at the University of the Witwatersrand on Wednesday under the theme "Violence and Rage"....
'Youthquake' rocks our political landscape
'Youthquake' rocks our political landscape
There is a major shift underway in South African society. The order put together after apartheid is breaking apart. The aura of liberation is fading...
Khaya Dlanga: The youth vote will shape our future
Khaya Dlanga: The youth vote will shape our future
Young people are not as useless as some grown-ups seem to assume. They are energetic and have a great interest in the country. I have seen how...
Young commies split over Zuma
Young commies split over Zuma
Attacks on President Jacob Zuma are continuing to polarise the Young Communist League.
Youth league ramps up its calls for autonomy
Youth league ramps up its calls for autonomy
The ANC Youth League is to use its national general council in August to remind the ANC that it is an autonomous structure, highlighting the...
IFP youth in revolt
IFP youth in revolt
The aftershocks of the IFP's dismal showing in the general election are still reverberating through the party, sparking an apparent insurrection by...
Motoring with Malema's mouth
Motoring with Malema's mouth
Diplomatic, articulate and media-savvy, the ANC Youth League's (ANCYL) new spokesperson, Magdalene Moonsamy, is all the things its controversial...
Stirred, but not shaken
Stirred, but not shaken
She calls herself "the brand Anele", but the brand that 30-year-old Anele Mda launched just 16 weeks ago when she founded the youth branch of the...
Does Malema really represent SA's youth?
Does Malema really represent SA's youth?
Controversial African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) leader Julius Malema made news headlines again this week -- this time over his comment...
The politics of youthWill generation next show up to vote?
The politics of youthWill generation next show up to vote?
Kids today. They sure don't look much like the passionately charged, driven and determined youth of 1976.
Thinking out loud
Thinking out loud
As the sun set in Johannesburg on a recent Monday night, under the bright lights of the suitably hip Atlas Studios, more than 200 sharply dressed...
Getting the youth to the polls
Getting the youth to the polls
The Mail & Guardian spoke to leaders in three of the most popular political movements to find out exactly how they are planning to get their...

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