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What The Lonmin-Marikana Mining Massacre Says About
The New South Africa
Mazibuko Jara, editor, "Amandla, South Africa's new progressive magazine Standing for Social Justice", a leader of the Democratic Left Front in South Africa, bringing together 40 South African social movements into a broad anti-capitalist front, former media officer of the South African Communist Party, and first chairperson of the Treatment Action Campaign challenging big pharma and also a AIDS denialist government to win ARV treatment.
Jara discuses the current political situation in South Africa in the aftermath of the Lonmin-Marikana mineworker massacre, & its broader context, including internal ANC battles in the lead up to its conference in December and what this means for working class struggles and efforts to build the left
produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg
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