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international / anarchist movement / policy statement mercoledì aprile 06, 2016 08:09 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Umzabalazo wenqanaba labantu abaxhomekeke kwimpilo yomsebenzi e-S.A. ngumzabalazo ophikisana nobugqili kuhlangene nohlelo lwe-capitalism ononqxowankulu abacandelo lolawulo buyyebi kunye nombuso. I-capitalism ononqxowankulu abacandelo lolawulo buyyebi kunye nombuso uhlelo lwaleyongcosana ebusayo. (amacapitalist abaphathi abasemazingeni aphezulu, osopolitiki abaqeqeshiwe) eqonde ukuxhaphaza iphinde icindezele iningi elingabasebenzi (abasebenzi bawowonke amazinga; imindeni yabo, amasotsha; abangaqashiwe kanye nemphakathi ehluphekayo yasemaphandleni). Lezinhlobo zombili zinenhloso ezehlukile zivaleleke emzabalazweni wangokwezinga. read full story / add a comment
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international / anarchist movement / policy statement martedì aprile 05, 2016 18:34 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
The struggle of the working class in South Africa is a struggle against the slave bondage of capitalism and the state. Capitalism and the state are based on the ruling class minority (capitalists, generals, top officials, professional politicians) exploiting and oppressing the working class majority (workers of all grades, our families, rank and file soldiers, the unemployed, and the rural poor). The two classes have totally different interests: we are locked in class struggle.
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west africa / history / opinion / analysis lunedì aprile 04, 2016 22:10 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   text 1 comment (last - martedì aprile 05, 2016 06:38)   image 1 image
Ghana, West Africa, was a British colony called "Gold Coast" until 1957. It became the first independent country in "black" Africa after reforms and struggles in the 1940s and 1950s. The new president, the brilliant Kwame Nkrumah, and his Convention People's Party (CPP), had fought for independence. Now they aimed at major changes in the society, even speaking of socialism. And Nkrumah proposed a united African government for the continent: Pan-Africanism.

But by the mid-1960s, hopes were fading. There were good reforms in education and services and self- respect for Africans that helped remove colonialism's damages. But the CPP has become a dictatorship, with a personality cult around Nkrumah. Unions and struggles were suppressed. The economy was in trouble. A new elite hijacked independence and resources. When the military seized power in 1966, people celebrated in the streets. Today Ghana is one of the poorest African countries.

What went wrong and what can we, anarchists in Africa, learn from this experience? read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / opinion / analysis lunedì aprile 04, 2016 22:00 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   text 1 comment (last - martedì aprile 05, 2016 00:46)
"Africa today lies prostrate, bleeding, and embattled on all fronts, a victim of capitalist and, to a great extent, state socialist ambitions. The heart-rending misery of its peoples, the conditions of abject poverty, squalor and disease in which they live, exist side by side with the wanton luxury, rapacity, and corruption of its leaders." Sam Mbah and I.E. Igariwey, 1997, African Anarchism: The History of a Movement, Sharp Press: Tucson, Arizona. Our vast continent, Africa, is the poorest in the world, host to dozens of wars and conflicts, and marked by instability and inequality. The root causes of the instability lie in political corruption and the profiteering system run by local and international elites. The local ruling classes are interested in making profits and getting wealthy, by any means necessary. The elites are not promoting the development of the working class and peasants (small farmers), but only worsening our conditions. If the choice is between building a road in a poor area or pocketing the money, they will pocket the money. read full story / add a comment
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international / anarchist movement / opinion/analysis giovedì marzo 31, 2016 07:44 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
I-Syndicalism uhlelo oluzama ukwehluka kunezihlelo ezejwayelekile zokuphatha nemibuso, ngamanye amazwi i-capitalism nohhulumeni. Ekuqadeni uhlelo lwe-capitalism ubukhomanisi badala into esabeka kakhulu ngokubeka amandla omnotho ezandlani zikehhulumeni kuphela. I-Syndicalistm ishiya emuva zonke izinhlelo zokuphatha esezidale ukucindezelwa noku xhashazwa komuntu ngomunye umuntu futhi. I-syndicalism ibuye izame ukwakha inhlangano eyakhiwe phezu kwezidingo zabantu hhayi izifiso zeziphathimandla futhi eyakhiwe phezu kokubambisana kwabantu abazibusayo, abalinganayo okubhekele ekutheni izidingo zika wonke wonke zifezeke, hhayi zabasezikhundleni.
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international / anarchist movement / link to pdf venerdì dicembre 11, 2015 16:43 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   text 1 comment (last - domenica gennaio 31, 2016 08:28)   image 1 image
Welcome to the first double issue of Tokologo, combining issues 5 and 6. This marks our third year of publishing by the Tokologo African Anarchist Collective and its study circles. read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / anarchist movement / opinion / analysis venerdì dicembre 11, 2015 16:36 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Welcome to the first double issue of Tokologo, combining issues 5 and 6. This marks our third year of publishing by the Tokologo African Anarchist Collective and its study circles. 2015 has been a turbulent year. On the one side, the horrors of attacks on immigrants and foreigners continue. In April, attacks broke out, mainly in KwaZulu-Natal, spurred directly by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini's inflammatory statements. One of the big failures of the 1994 transition was that much of the old Bantustan/ homeland apparatus remained in place, with the continuing power of chiefs and kings. Again, in October, this time spurred by rumours and the taxi associations, there were riots in the Eastern Cape. read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / anarchist movement / link to pdf giovedì novembre 20, 2014 00:44 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Issue #4 of Tokologo, the Newsletter of the Tokologo African Anarchist Collective, has been released and is available online in PDF. read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / community struggles / opinion / analysis giovedì ottobre 30, 2014 19:25 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
The Tokologo African Anarchist Collective supports the protest march held by members of the Khutsong community – where we have active members – to the Merafong municipal offices.
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southern africa / community struggles / opinion / analysis giovedì ottobre 30, 2014 19:20 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
The Tokologo African Anarchist Collective supports the protest march held by members of the Khutsong community – where we have active members – to the Teba Bank offices in Carletonville.
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southern africa / anarchist movement / link to pdf lunedì settembre 01, 2014 16:40 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Welcome to issue 3 of “Tokologo,” produced by members of the Tokologo African Anarchist Collective, based in Gauteng, South Africa. Our members come from Johannesburg, Khutsong, Sebokeng, and Soweto; we are committed to the fight for the full freedom of the working class and poor, in South Africa and abroad. We do not want privatisation (capitalist ownership), we do not want nationalisation (state ownership), we want self-management and socialisation (community/ worker ownership), of land and all other productive resources.
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asia orientale / storia dell'anarchismo / opinione / analisi giovedì febbraio 27, 2014 17:12 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Il movimento anarchico coreano voleva costruire una società anarchica indipendente ed autogovernata, un sistema cooperativo delle masse del popolo coreano. Volevano prendersi il progresso civile portato dalla classe capitalista per restituirlo alle classi popolari. In questo modo, la società capitalista e coloniale che esisteva allora in Corea (come in altri posti dell'Africa, dell'Asia e dell'Europa) sarebbe stata sostituita con una nuova società. Questa nuova società si sarebbe fondata sui principi di libertà ed uguaglianza che garantiscono l'autogoverno indipendente delle classi produttrici: la classe operaia e contadina. [English] read full story / add a comment
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eastern asia / history of anarchism / opinion / analysis domenica febbraio 23, 2014 15:36 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
The Korean anarchist movement wanted to build an independent self-governing anarchist society, a cooperative system of the masses of the Korean people. They wanted to take civilisation from the capitalist class, and return it to the popular classes. By doing so, the capitalist and colonial society that existed in Korea (as elsewhere in Africa and Asia and east Europe) would be replaced with a new society. This new society would be based on the principles of freedom and equality, that guarantee the independent self-rule of the producing classes: the working class and the peasantry. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
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russia / ucraina / bielorussia / storia dell'anarchismo / opinione / analisi domenica gennaio 26, 2014 17:46 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 3 images
Il mvomento di massa "Makhnovista" (anarchico) emerse nel 1917 in Ucraina, un paese coloniale dell'Europa dell'Est che fino ad allora era diviso tra l'Impero Russo e quello Austriaco (o Austro-Ungarico). I Makhnovisti fecero una rivoluziona anarchica. Gli anarchici erano una forza centrale durante la guerra d'indipendenza ucraina tra il 1917-1921. Combatterono per la decolonizzazione attraverso una rivoluzione anarchica, nel senso che un'Ucraina indipendente sarebbe stata ricostruita secondo il programma anarchico: autogestione e partecipazione democratica, uguaglianza senza gerarchie e dominazione, proprietà collettiva, abolizione del sistema di classe, del capitalismo e dello Stato. Erano chiamati "Makhnovisti" dal nome del leader e militante anarchico ucraino, Nestor Makhno. Egli proveniva da una povera famiglia contadina, aveva fatto l'operaio agricolo ed era stato un prigioniero politico. [English] read full story / add a comment
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russia / ukraine / belarus / history of anarchism / opinion / analysis giovedì gennaio 16, 2014 00:51 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 3 images
The mass “Makhnovist” (anarchist) movement emerged in 1917 in Ukraine, a colonial country in East Europe that was until then divided between the Russian and Austrian (or Austro-Hungarian) Empires. The Makhnovists made an anarchist revolution. The anarchists were a central force in the 1917-1921 Ukrainian War of Independence.

They fought for decolonisation through anarchist revolution, meaning the independent Ukraine should be reconstructed on anarchist lines: self-management and participatory democracy, equality not hierarchy and domination, collectively-owned property, and the abolition of the class system, capitalism and the state. They were called “Makhnovists,” after the leading Ukrainian anarchist militant, Nestor Makhno. He came from a poor peasant family, had been a factory worker, and former political prisoner. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / anarchist movement / link to pdf giovedì novembre 28, 2013 05:23 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
Welcome to the second issue of Tokologo, produced by the Tokologo African Anarchist Collective. Why do we publish this? We publish it because our country is crying out for an alternative. And that alternative is anarchism, which stands for a free and democratic society, run from the grassroots, in communities and workplaces, and based on equality and freedom. In such a society, wealth like land and factories would be collectively owned; production would be directed to meeting basic needs and ensuring environmental sustainability. In such a society, everyone would have a say in all matters that affect them; poverty and deprivation would be abolished; hatred and competition would be replaced by cooperation and mutual aid by all peoples. read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / anarchist movement / link to pdf venerdì giugno 07, 2013 00:30 byTokologo African Anarchist Collective   image 1 image
The first issue of Tokologo, the newsletter of the South Africa-based Tokologo African Anarchist Collective is now available for download in PDF. read full story / add a comment
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0004f0c1_big610x380.jpg image«Δεν φοβόμαστε» 19:23 ven 21 set by Black Rose/Rosa Negra 0 comments

«Δεν φοβόμαστε». Δεν θα τρομοκρατηθούν από τις φασιστικές επιθέσεις ή από την απάθεια της αστυνομίας που κοιτούσε καθώς μαχαιρωνόντουσαν. Το φεμινιστικό κίνημα κατανοεί ότι ενώ κατατίθενται αιτήματα για νέους νόμους, η πάλη για τον φεμινισμό είναι έξω, στους δρόμους, τους χώρους εργασίας και τις γειτονιές.

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Απέναντι στον κόσμο της εξουσίας, απέναντι στον σύγχρονο ολοκληρωτισμό κράτους και κεφαλαίου, οφείλουμε να υψώσουμε συλλογικά ελευθεριακά αναχώματα ανάσχεσης της ολομέτωπης επίθεσής τους, αποδομώντας καταρχήν έναν από τους βασικότερους ιδεολογικούς πυλώνες του κράτους, αυτόν της εθνικιστικής-πατριωτικής ιδεολογίας. Η αποδόμηση αυτή αποτελεί ταυτόχρονα και την αναγκαία συνθήκη για την οικοδόμηση της ελευθεριακής επαναστατικής προοπτικής, που στρατηγικό της στόχο έχει την καταστροφή κράτους και κεφαλαίου και την κοινωνική και ατομική απελευθέρωση.

basra1.jpg imageLes manifestations dans la ville de Bassorah, au sud de l'Irak, continuent 05:30 ven 14 set by Zaher Baher 0 comments

Voici un reportage sur les événements qui se déroulent actuellement à Bassorah, la troisième ville en importance en Irak. Les manifestants et manifestantes sont de retour dans les rues depuis le 4 septembre pour réclamer leurs droits fondamentaux.

prisonersarestrikingnationwidesept9oaklandposterblackoutcollective.jpg imageΗΠΑ: Απεργία φυλακι&... 22:08 lun 10 set by Διεθνές Συνδικ. Γραφείο 0 comments

Ως Διεθνές Συνδικαλιστικό Δίκτυο Αλληλεγγύης και Αγώνα υπερασπιζόμαστε την ίση πληρωμή για ίση εργασία. Δεν μπορεί να γίνεται ανεκτό κρατούμενοι που έχουν να υπομένουν την ίδια την φυλάκιση, να δέχονται και εργασιακή εκμετάλλευση. Θεωρούμε ευθέως υπεύθυνες τις πολιτείες που φυλακίζουν αυτούς τους ανθρώπους για αυτές τις πρακτικές.
Καταγγέλλουμε, επίσης, την πίεση και τις απειλές που ασκούν οι κρατικές δύναμης καταστολής προς τους απεργούς κρατουμένους, προκειμένου να καταστείλουν την κινητοποίηση τους και να φιμώσουν τις δράσεις τους.

basra.jpg imageThe Protest in Basra’s city, south of Iraq, continues 00:57 dom 09 set by Zaher Baher 0 comments

This is a report about what is currently going on in Basra, the third main city in Iraq. The protesters back to the streets from 4th of this month, September demanding their basic rights.

selbysemela.jpg imageΈφυγε ένας Νοτιοαφ&#... 14:21 sab 01 set by ZACF 0 comments

Ο Selby Semela, ηγετική φυσιογνωμία της εξέγερσης του 1976 εναντίον του απαρτχάιντ, πολιτικός εξόριστος και συγγραφέας (με τους Sam Thompson και Norman Abraham έγραψε το «Reflections on the Black Consciousness Movement and the South African Revolution» - «Σκέψεις για το Κίνημα Μαύρης Συνειδητοποίησης και τη Νοτιοαφρικανική Επανάσταση»), πέθανε την Τετάρτη, 22 Αυγούστου 2018, σε ηλικία 60 ετών.

Selby Semela, 1958-2018 imageA South African Revolutionary Passes: Jabisile Selby Semela, 1958-2018 08:14 gio 30 ago by ZACF 0 comments

Selby Semela, a leading figure in the 1976 revolt against apartheid, political exile, and author (with Sam Thompson and Norman Abraham), of “Reflections on the Black Consciousness Movement and the South African Revolution”, passed away on Wednesday, 22 August, 2018, aged but 60 years.

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El 19 de julio de 1979 (43 años después del inicio de la Revolución Española contra el golpe de Estado de Franco) triunfaba en Nicaragua una revolución de claro contenido popular. Se ponía fin así a la dictadura de 46 años de la familia Somoza, dueños de Nicaragua y personeros de Estados Unidos. Desde 1855, con la invasión del “filibustero” Walker, Nicaragua ha sido un enclave norteamericano, una especie de semi-colonia, un país “libre” e “independiente” sólo formalmente, donde el control de Estados Unidos era total en todas las actividades nicaragüenses.

La gesta de Sandino con su “Ejército Rebelde”, cuyo principal objetivo era expulsar a los marines norteamericanos puso en jaque dicha presencia entre 1926 y 1933. El asesinato de Sandino a manos de Anastasio Somoza, en una verdadera emboscada, a traición, derrota al Ejército Rebelde y triunfa la reacción más asquerosa y vil al servicio del imperialismo norteamericano.

Sin embargo, el pueblo nicaragüense continuó resistiendo. Con pequeñas acciones, incluso asesinando a Somoza, pero sin poder evitar que se entronara en dinastía su familia. Los Somoza eran dueños de media Nicaragua, literalmente. El resto del país estaba en manos de una lánguida burguesía y de los intereses yanquis. La Iglesia, siempre fiel aliada a los Somoza y al status quo.

La Resistencia Popular se fue encauzando hacia pequeñas guerrillas, hasta que en 1961 se forma el Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional, bajo el influjo de la Revolución Cubana, y con una perspectiva de desalojar a la dictadura de Somoza, independizar definitivamente al país y abrir un tránsito propio hacia el Socialismo. La incidencia del FSLN crecía a nivel popular: entre los estudiantes de la Universidad -donde fueron reclutados muchos de sus militantes- , organizando barriadas, a los campesinos y diversos sectores sociales.

Así se llega luego de un largo trecho de combates, donde el FSLN gana una inmensa legitimidad entre sectores del pueblo, a derrotar definitivamente a la dictadura. Se iniciaba un nuevo período en la vida del país, donde se instalaban cooperativas de campesinos, experiencias donde convivían la propiedad colectiva con la pequeña propiedad privada, se organizaban y fortalecían sindicatos y demás organizaciones populares…

cropped96194995296576995695795996541.jpg imageΕίμαστε εδώ για να μ... 22:53 dom 29 lug by ΕΣΕ Ρεθύμνου 0 comments

H μονοκαλλιέργεια του τουρισμού και ο υποβιβασμός κάθε άλλης παραγωγικής δραστηριότητας ενέχουν πάντα τον κίνδυνο η πόλη να καταρρεύσει σε περίπτωση που σταματήσει να πουλά το τουριστικό. Και η “φούσκα” του τουρισμού φαίνεται να εξαρτάται σε σημαντικό βαθμό από την ύπαρξη αστάθειας και πολέμου στις γειτονικές χώρες, συνθήκη στην οποία συμβάλλει ενεργά το ελληνικό κράτος.

iraq_1.jpg imageDes nouvelles des manifestations à Bagdad et dans le sud de l’Irak : ça continue ! 20:51 ven 27 lug by Zaher Baher 0 comments

Ce court article traite des derniers développements de la situation sociale explosive qui a cours actuellement en Irak.

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imageTrês reflexões sobre o momento do antifascismo brasileiro set 23 by BrunoL 0 comments

22 de setembro de 2018, Bruno Lima Rocha
Estamos em setembro de 2018 e metade do Brasil está sob um legítimo e justificado estado de nervos. No texto que segue fazemos três reflexões sobre o momento do antifascismo e algumas perspectivas.

imageMigration: Europe and Aotearoa/New Zealand set 16 by Pink Panther 0 comments

This article looks at the phenomenon of recent migration to Europe and Aotearoa/New Zealand, highlighting both commonalities and differences.

imageCarta Opinión – fAu – Agosto 2018 set 15 by Federación Anarquista Uruguaya 0 comments

La Carta Opinión de la Federación Anarquista Uruguaya del mes de agosto 2018.

imageBrasil em transe e o desmonte generalizado, duas constatações set 10 by BrunoL 0 comments

Lado a lado com a violência simbólica dos discursos de ódio, galvanizados pelo atingido em Juiz de Fora (MG), temos a negação do direito ao reconhecimento e, concomitantemente, a perda progressiva dos direitos coletivos que vinham num crescendo desde 1932 e se consolidaram como política pública permanente na Constituição de 1988. Trata-se de restauração burguesa e liquidação da soberania popular e, por tabela, a soberania nacional.

imagePost-Anarchism on the State—An Anarchist Critique set 09 by Wayne Price 0 comments

A review of the nature of the State as understood by anarchists, especially as proposed by the tendency called "post-anarchism." This is done through a review of the opinions of Saul Newman, a leading proponent of post-anarchism, in his work, "Anarchism, Marxism, and the Bonapartist State." The post-anarchist view is opposed by the class theory of the state, versions of which are raised by traditional, revolutionary anarchists and by Marx.

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«Δεν φοβόμαστε». Δεν θα τρομοκρατηθούν από τις φασιστικές επιθέσεις ή από την απάθεια της αστυνομίας που κοιτούσε καθώς μαχαιρωνόντουσαν. Το φεμινιστικό κίνημα κατανοεί ότι ενώ κατατίθενται αιτήματα για νέους νόμους, η πάλη για τον φεμινισμό είναι έξω, στους δρόμους, τους χώρους εργασίας και τις γειτονιές.

imageΕθνικισμός-πατριω ... set 16 0 comments

Απέναντι στον κόσμο της εξουσίας, απέναντι στον σύγχρονο ολοκληρωτισμό κράτους και κεφαλαίου, οφείλουμε να υψώσουμε συλλογικά ελευθεριακά αναχώματα ανάσχεσης της ολομέτωπης επίθεσής τους, αποδομώντας καταρχήν έναν από τους βασικότερους ιδεολογικούς πυλώνες του κράτους, αυτόν της εθνικιστικής-πατριωτικής ιδεολογίας. Η αποδόμηση αυτή αποτελεί ταυτόχρονα και την αναγκαία συνθήκη για την οικοδόμηση της ελευθεριακής επαναστατικής προοπτικής, που στρατηγικό της στόχο έχει την καταστροφή κράτους και κεφαλαίου και την κοινωνική και ατομική απελευθέρωση.

imageΗΠΑ: Απεργία φυλακι&... set 10 0 comments

Ως Διεθνές Συνδικαλιστικό Δίκτυο Αλληλεγγύης και Αγώνα υπερασπιζόμαστε την ίση πληρωμή για ίση εργασία. Δεν μπορεί να γίνεται ανεκτό κρατούμενοι που έχουν να υπομένουν την ίδια την φυλάκιση, να δέχονται και εργασιακή εκμετάλλευση. Θεωρούμε ευθέως υπεύθυνες τις πολιτείες που φυλακίζουν αυτούς τους ανθρώπους για αυτές τις πρακτικές.
Καταγγέλλουμε, επίσης, την πίεση και τις απειλές που ασκούν οι κρατικές δύναμης καταστολής προς τους απεργούς κρατουμένους, προκειμένου να καταστείλουν την κινητοποίηση τους και να φιμώσουν τις δράσεις τους.

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Ο Selby Semela, ηγετική φυσιογνωμία της εξέγερσης του 1976 εναντίον του απαρτχάιντ, πολιτικός εξόριστος και συγγραφέας (με τους Sam Thompson και Norman Abraham έγραψε το «Reflections on the Black Consciousness Movement and the South African Revolution» - «Σκέψεις για το Κίνημα Μαύρης Συνειδητοποίησης και τη Νοτιοαφρικανική Επανάσταση»), πέθανε την Τετάρτη, 22 Αυγούστου 2018, σε ηλικία 60 ετών.

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Selby Semela, a leading figure in the 1976 revolt against apartheid, political exile, and author (with Sam Thompson and Norman Abraham), of “Reflections on the Black Consciousness Movement and the South African Revolution”, passed away on Wednesday, 22 August, 2018, aged but 60 years.

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