Abahlali baseMjondolo

 
Postcolony SA needs to work out a new way
Postcolony SA needs to work out a new way
Reading the archive left by the struggles against colonialism and apartheid is a sobering experience. These days the host of grand visions for the...
Not wanted here, there or anywhere
Not wanted here, there or anywhere
None of the residents of Barcelona 2, an eThekwini municipality transit camp in Lamontville in South Durban, wants to be there.
SA’s road to freedom is stalked by death
SA’s road to freedom is stalked by death
The political assassination is not a phenomenon that is restricted to KwaZulu-Natal. But there is no doubt that it is overwhelmingly concentrated...
Letters to the Editor: April 26 to May 3
Letters to the Editor: April 26 to May 3
The Abahlali baseMjondolo Movement SA held its annual Unfreedom Day rally on April 22 at Durban’s Springfield Park sports ground.
The law, together with civil society’s oversight role, will lead the way to reform
The law, together with civil society’s oversight role, will lead the way to reform
The debate on the expropriation of land without compensation dominates South Africans’ everyday conversation, leaving us with the false belief...
Urban land question is also urgent
Urban land question is also urgent
The opening pages of Frantz Fanon’s The Damned of the Earth offer a searing account of the city under settler colonialism. It is “a...
Eviction ruling spurs on shack dwellers
Eviction ruling spurs on shack dwellers
Abahlali baseMjondolo, emboldened by its victory over the eThekwini municipality that stopped it from evicting shack residents without court...
Letters to the editor: August 14 to 20 2015
Letters to the editor: August 14 to 20 2015
In 2006 our movement, Abahlali BaseMjondolo, together with the Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign, walked out of a nongovernmental...
Journal publishes and is damned
Journal publishes and is damned
An academic row is unfolding around the editorial approach of the official journal of the South African Association of Political Studies, Politikon. On its board are renowned academics and public intellectuals including Adam Habib, Tom Lodge and Susan Booysen. Leading political analyst...
Not in our name: Religious leaders plan march to end xenophobia
Not in our name: Religious leaders plan march to end xenophobia
Religious and political leaders are planning a peace march to the Durban City Hall in a bid to stop attacks between foreign nationals, police and...

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