Pan Africanist Congress

 
Pan-Africanist parties hope for revival
Pan-Africanist parties hope for revival
Pan-African and black consciousness parties are hoping to make a comeback on the parliamentary scene after the May 8 elections.
Many memories make history
Many memories make history
My father’s mother — my “Amma”— turned 80 last year. To celebrate, my family decided to take her to Cape Town for the first time...
SA needs a leader of Sobukwe’s calibre
SA needs a leader of Sobukwe’s calibre
I am here to deliver a tribute lecture to a great soul, Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe. A tribute to Sobukwe is, in the words of Kevin Harris, a...
Students frustrated despite TUT investigation into student shooting
Students frustrated despite TUT investigation into student shooting
University management has promised to “leave no stone unturned” in investigating the death of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) law...
A quiet partner in revolution
A quiet partner in revolution
In her brief testimony to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission about the treatment of her husband in prison, Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe highlighted the toll it took on her children. There were the strip searches that became part of their Robben Island visits, the night-time police...
The doctor and his ‘subversive surgery’
The doctor and his ‘subversive surgery’
A recent book, Chota Motala: A Biography of Political Activism in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands (KZN Press), recounts the doctor’s...
IEC responds to discrepancies on audited election results
IEC responds to discrepancies on audited election results
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on Saturday responded to allegations of voting discrepancies, saying the worst incidents were a result of...
[Video]PAC: We reject the election outcome
[Video]PAC: We reject the election outcome
The Pan Africanist Congress - which won a mere 0.21% support - has rejected the results of the 2014 national elections, saying votes were miscounted.
PAC president expelled following NEC meeting
PAC president expelled following NEC meeting
The committee said Mphahlele had been charged with failing to account for parliamentary and Independent Electoral Commission funds, not respecting...
Africanist unity not new
Africanist unity not new
In “Marginalised parties strive for unity” (June 22 to 28), commentator Steven Friedman was dismissive of the unity overtures being made...
Sobukwe: Picture of an icon
Sobukwe: Picture of an icon
The opening scene of Sobukwe: A Great Soul encapsulates what the film is about. The scene features American scholar Cornel West remembering, in the preacher's measured and deliberate intonations, a conversation he once had with Nelson Mandela. The scholar, sporting his...
BC parties want free press
BC parties want free press
When the Socialist Party of Azania's (Sopa) president, Tiyani Lybon Mabasa, got up to speak at the Press Freedom Commission hearings in Braamfontein last week, he prefaced his words along the lines of "It's been a long time since you last saw us in the press and it's not a...

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