The author argues that the formation of the SRWP is premature as it is not born of workers’ struggle and lacks a clear programme of action.
The author argues that the film does not tell the whole story of the #FeesMustFall movement, especially how the fight for free, quality higher education had long been waged at historically black campuses.
The author argues that class consciousness is the only way to defeat capitalism.
The poor cannot see the community engagements on changing the Constitution to expropriate land without compensation.
The People’s Health Movement South Africa (PHM) supports the NHI, but with some reservation.
Given the current economic and political climate that has engulfed the country, Vanessa Burger argues that South Africa is increasingly becoming a nation of researchers, analysts and commentators and this tendency is as destructive and parasitic as the politicians doing the damage.