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The National Liberation Struggle. Some personal experiences from Southern Africa
Friends to Lovers, Slow Burn: Israel & Vietnam
Israel, by helping develop industry within the “Socialist” Republic, ensures it has another market to trade its goods in. Not only that, but…
Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1990
The first issue of Love & Rage, with articles on the fall of apartheid, international news, remembering Malcolm X, a killer cop convicted after…
Direct Action #63 (March/April 1990)
Issue #63 of Direct Action, with articles on the release of Nelson Mandela and legalisation of the ANC, different strategies for the anti-poll…
Direct Action #39 (May 1987)
Issue #39 of Direct Action, with articles on a strike against low pay in the civil service, the Ardbride/Laura Ashley and Midlands Trader…
Direct Action #36 (January-February 1987)
Issue #36 of Direct Action, with articles on Wapping, the J E Hangars and Silentnight disputes, attacks on workplace compensation rights, the…
Substruction in the Class/Room Struggle
Midnight Notes on the mid-1980s student struggles in the USA around divestment in apartheid, and more.
Liberation #01 (Jun 1986)
Issue #1 of Liberation, with articles on apartheid, the nuclear industry, the police, authoritarian vs libertarian communism, the Wapping dispute…
Black Consciousness and the quest for true humanity - Steve Biko
Steve Biko's 1972/3 article on the Black Consciousness movement.
Steve Biko interviewed by Gail M. Gerhart, 1972
In October 1972, Steve Biko was employed by the black division of the Study Project of Christianity in Apartheid Society (SPRO-CAS), which had…
Strikes in Durban, 1973
Gerhard Maré's study of the 1973 strikes of nearly one hundred thousand workers in Durban, South Africa.
The Life and Death of Dr Abu Baker ‘Hurley’ Asvat, 23 February 1943 to 27 January 1989
Abu Baker Asvat was a doctor and political militant in South Africa. He was murdered in 1989.