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‘Don’t moan, mobilise! Don’t mourn, organise!’ — Zwelinzima Vavi’s May Day message


May Day 2015 speech by Zwelinzima Vavi, Durban May 1, 2015 — Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal — Today we march in concert with millions of workers all over the world to celebrate International Workers’ Day. We stand with … Continue reading

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Responsibility for African Boat Migrants Lie at All Our Doors | Bulent Gokay


“Who are you?” the late Colonel Gaddafi once rhetorically asked in a public address in late 2011, just before the end of his reign, questioning the authority of those trying to over-throw his regime, calling them extremists, agents of western … Continue reading

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