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ANC Throws Off Its Mask! Workers Murdered!
southern africa | repression / prisoners | feature Monday August 20, 2012 19:17 by ZACF/ TAC/ IWAC zacf at riseup dot net
South African anarchist statement on the Marikana Massacre
Joint statement on the Marikana Massacre issued by the Tokologo Anarchist Collective, Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front and Inkululeko Wits Anarchist Collective.
The Constitution promises political rights and equality. It is quite clear that the bosses and politicians do exactly as they wish. They walk on the faces of the people. This is shown by the police killings of strikers at Lonmin’s Marikana mine.
ANC THROWS OFF ITS MASK! WORKERS MURDERED!
Sat 29 Nov, 02:20
WSA Statement on Marikana Massacre 15:24 Sat 25 Aug 0 comments
We, members of the Workers Solidarity Alliance, send our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the murdered miners in South Africa.
Solidarity with the Harare 52: Another dark day in Zimbabwe! 16:54 Tue 22 Feb 0 comments
Activists gathered in Harare on the 19th February in a closed meeting to discuss the recent uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East, were arrested after a planned police raid. Currently they are being held without charge and reports indicate that key members of the gathering are being subjected to physical assault by their captors. [Italiano] [Ελληνικά]
"I'll remember your face, you fucker." 17:34 Mon 09 Feb 2 comments
"I'll remember your face, you fucker" were the parting words of inspector Pretorius as he sped away from a group of more than thirty university students who had been harassed and assaulted by Pretorius and his SAPS uniformed colleagues for at least two hours. Students of Wits University and the University of Johannesburg, carrying paper placards and painted banners, were traveling by bus to a COSATU rally at the South African Zionist Federation where speeches were to be delivered. The COSATU rally formed part of a campaign of nationwide actions in support of the people of Gaza under the banner "Free Palestine, Isolate Apartheid Israel".
ZACF Statement of Solidarity with Jerome Daniels and Riedwaan Isaacs 19:37 Wed 09 Jul 2 comments
The Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front wishes to express its heartfelt solidarity with Mr Jerome Daniels and Mr Riedwaan Isaacs - two Delft Anti-Eviction Campaign members who, on Wednesday 2nd July, were sentenced to 12 months in prison for their political and social activism.
From Haymarket to Sebokeng: the struggle continues 00:13 Fri 02 May 1 comments
A comrade fighting for water and housing in Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg, was murdered by police on the night of April 30. The ZACF condemns the latest outrage in a long tale of repression of working class movements, and calls on the oppressed to stand firm in struggle.
ZACF Statement on the Murder of Pudemo Deputy President Dr. Gabriel Thandokuhle Mkhumane. 22:29 Mon 07 Apr 0 comments
The Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front was saddened and concerned to learn of the murder of People's United Democratic Movement Deputy President Dr. Gabriel Thandokuhle Mkhumane. [ Ελληνικά]
ZACF Statement of Solidarity with APF/CAWP Activists and Against Police Violence 15:52 Tue 01 Apr 0 comments
The Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front declares its support for the Anti-Privatisation Forum and Coalition Against Water Privatisation activists who have recently been victims of police intimidation and violence.
Swaziland: The Royal Assassination of Our Dear Comrade 01:43 Wed 15 Aug 0 comments
The SSN has learnt with great shock the shameless cowardly coordinated assassination of comrade Ntokozo Ngozo by the ruthless and dogmatic royal police of Swaziland whose hands still drips with blood of the many martyred Swazis. These shamesless cowards should know that, by killing comrade Ntokozo Ngozo, they have crossed the line of acceptable engagement and declared war on the democratic movement as a whole.
ZACF Response to The Times of Swaziland 22:15 Wed 18 Jan 0 comments
A letter to the editor of The Times of Swaziland, which carried an article in the January 15th edition falsely saying that the Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation claimed responsibility for bombing a police van.
Leadership of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) in prison 17:59 Fri 11 Nov 0 comments
"We are being held in a cell at Harare central (police station)," said ZACTU president Lovemore Matombo. "There are about 80 of us (here), including trade union leaders, ordinary citizens and women with children. We have just been gathered. We have not been told what charge we are facing," he said.more >>
A Path Through the Embers Jul 26 0 comments
A reflection on state repression of popular struggles in South Africa in the wake of the full aquittal of the Kennedy 12 (Abahlali baseMjondolo political prisoners).
Andries Tatane: Murdered by the Ruling Classes Apr 21 0 comments
On the 13th April, people in South Africa were stunned. On the evening news the sight of six police force members brutally beating a man, Andries Tatane, to death was aired. The images of the police smashing his body with batons and repeatedly firing rubber bullets into his chest struck a cord; people were simply shocked and appalled. Literally hundreds of articles followed in the press, politicians of all stripes also hopped on the bandwagon and said they lamented his death; and most called for the police to receive appropriate training to deal with ‘crowd control’ – after all, elections are a month away. Andries Tatane’s death was the culmination of a protest march in the Free State town of Ficksburg. The march involved over 4,000 people, who undertook the action to demand the very basics of life - decent housing, access to water and electricity, and jobs.
South Africa's support for the ZANU-PF dictatorship in Zimbabwe Nov 07 0 comments
For a long time now, ordinary Zimbabweans have had a legitimate expectation that South Africa will use its leverage as the biggest political and economic power in Sub Saharan Africa to support the realization of the democratic ideals of the people of Zimbabwe and help resolve the crippling poverty and socio-economic breakdown gripping the nation.
The situation in Swaziland Dec 01 0 comments
This is a public statement by the People's United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO), the mainstream political opposition movement in Swaziland. We, the Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation (ZACF) of southern Africa, also organise in Swaziland and support the pro-democracy movement, but agitate for it to go beyond the usual bourgeois betrayal and involve a destruction of the Swazi capitalist state and its replacement by decentralised popular assemblies of communities and producers. As the only revolutionary organisation in Swaziland, our members are among those who have suffered jail at the hands of the monarchist police, so our position is directly informed by personal experience.
Abel Ramarope, political prisoner turned anarchist, died September 2005more >>
WSA Statement on Marikana Massacre Aug 25 WSA 0 comments
Solidarity with the Harare 52: Another dark day in Zimbabwe! Feb 22 Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front 0 comments
"I'll remember your face, you fucker." Feb 09 Wits University, Johannesburg 2 comments
ZACF Statement of Solidarity with Jerome Daniels and Riedwaan Isaacs Jul 09 Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front 2 comments
From Haymarket to Sebokeng: the struggle continues May 02 ZACF 1 comments