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From the CrimethInc. collective (13/08/2021), reflections on the looting and unrest of July 2021 in south africa … Beginning on July 9, 2021, when the Pietermaritzburg High Court upheld the conviction and sentencing of former South African president Jacob Zuma, … Continue reading
Mutual aid is a response to crisis born within the cracks of regimes of State-Capital. It is also that which allows the creation of ties and bonds, of social relations, outside commodity and spectacle mediation. It is that which can … Continue reading
I continue to bleed each time I read about rampant curative rapes in my ‘democratic’ South Africa. I bleed every time queer bodies are violated and refused citizenship due to gender expression and sexual orientation within the African continent. I … Continue reading
From John Pilger, the documentary film Apartheid Did Not Die (1998) … In 1994 South Africa inspired the world as millions of people cued patiently to vote in the country’s first democratic elections. It was the end of apartheid, the … Continue reading
The death of Nelson Mandela can leave no one indifferent. His ethical passion in the struggle against apartheid is an example to all. His passing does not diminish what he remains for us all: a contemporary.