President Alassane Dramane Ouattara (ADO) has been in power in Côte d’Ivoire for the last 8 years. During the presidential election campaign of 2010, he promised an improvement in the social conditions of the country’s most disadvantaged sections of the population through his slogan “ADO SOLUTIONS”. With regard to education, he...


The population of the mining town of Jerada, in northeastern Morocco, has been mobilised for more than three months against misery, economic marginalization and state repression. Last December 22nd, the death of two brothers, Houcine and Jedouane, in a disused underground coal well, transformed a latent anger into an open revolt. In the...


We women in Nigeria live in utter privation. We still face oppression of various kinds both at home, work, schools and in society - such as the refusal to legalize abortion (abortion rights), divorce rights, rape/harassment and so on. All these cannot be disconnected from the capitalist system - a system that reinforces patriarchy and creates...


Inside two months following his election as ANC president at the party’s December 2017 national conference, Cyril Ramaphosa has realised the ambition he reportedly set himself whilst still at high school according to a close childhood friend – to become the country’s president. If his victory in the ANC presidential succession race...


CWI Sudanese comrade, Mohammed Satti, was released yesterday night, Thursday 2 February. He was detained by the state for over two weeks for his participation in an anti-regime demonstration in the capital, Khartoum. Mohamed was brought home by a police car at around 9.30pm local time.


CWI supporter Mohamed Diaeldin Mohamed Satti, 21, is among the protesters who have been arrested by the Sudanese State last week, as part of the brutal response of Al Bashir's regime to the ensuing wave of protests against skyrocketing prices and austerity. Mohamed's arrest took place last Wednesday afternoon, as he participated in a peaceful...


 

The explosion of protests that broke out this week against the new Finances Law (budget law) 2018, a battery of measures against the working and middle classes, has again put into perspectives the liberal commentators’ fairy tale about Tunisia’s “successful democratic transition”. In reality, the country remains an open...


After the most tumultuous run-up to any conference in ANC history, watched across the world, with over a thousand journalists in attendance, and the markets moving up in anticipation of the results, Cyril Ramaphosa has ascended to the presidency of the ANC after a bitterly fought factional contest. The “radical economic transformation”...


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