09 September 2005
Robert Bechert, cwi, London
The end August 30% rise in Nigerian fuel prices has provoked a renewed
outburst of mass anger in Africa’s most populous country.
05 September 2005
Dagga Tollar, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), Nigeria
Marxists often state that counter-revolution invariably always act as
the whiplash of revolution. This is the best way to interpret the easy
manner with which some of the slogans which were raised by the DSM were
unanimously adopted at the meeting of the Joint Action Forum (JAF) which
held on 31st August, 2005 in the...
29 August 2005
Segun Sango, Chairman, Lagos NCP
Press statement of Lagos NCP
12 August 2005
Segun Sango, General Secretary, Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI in
A socialist alternative is the only way out
11 August 2005
Weizmann Hamilton, Johannesburg, Democratic Socialist Movement
Strike action shows workers are not prepared to see wealth polarization
01 August 2005
Movement against debt enslavement (MADE), Nigeria
An open memorandum to the national assembly concerning the June 30, 2005
Paris Club Deal
12 July 2005
Segun Sango, general secretary of the Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI
in Nigeria) has just been interviewed by Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2 on
the problems of debt and poverty in Africa.
30 June 2005
Demo, Democratic Socialist Movement, Lagos
While Africa pays $15 billion yearly to service its debt to the rich
nations and financial institutions, it receives less than $13 billion as
aid with strings attached.
28 June 2005
Weizmann Hamilton, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM - CWI),
Militant action needed to stop "jobs holocaust"
26 June 2005
Robert Bechert (cwi)
Imperialism condemns millions to poverty
20 June 2005
Dave Carr, Socialist Party, England and Wales
Following Zimbabwe’s 31 March general election in which the ruling
Zanu-PF party won a "landslide victory," President Robert Mugabe has
unleashed armed police against street traders and shanty town dwellers.
09 June 2005
Weizmann Hamilton, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM – CWI), South
Trade unionists and youth should not support either ANC leadership