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Zimbabwe: What's All the Noise About?
A-paulling officers, a-paulling stations and people casting their hopes? Could it be a mock election was being held? This was the dis-order of the day at the MAKE SOME NOISE Festival as it kicked off in Zimbabwe at the Mannenberg Club on November 29th 2008. Organised by Magamba, LNM and the Zimbabwe Solidarity Forum (ZSF), the naughty, subversive event featured leading protest and spoken word artists- Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka, Outspoken & The Essence, Josh Meck, Cynic, Zaza as well as the blazing new duo, Upmost & Stan.
Aiming to inspire resistance and resilience during these ‘zvakadhakwa’ times, the Festival brought together a diverse mix of loud, rebellious Zimbabwean youth, artists and activists. Ballot boxes were dotted around the venue and people were encouraged to cast their ’hopes’. The ‘a-paulling stations’ were being monitored by ‘a-paulling officers’ as people were told by the MC that their ‘hopes’ would be read, edited and improved after the counting was over. “Don’t worry, the masses” joked the MC, “We know what you mean to say. We will read between the lines and edit your votes accordingly!” No ‘editing’ of the hopes really took place but the MC managed to poke fun at how Zimbabweans get their votes ‘edited’ on a regular basis. The ’hopes’ representing the wishes of Zimbabweans were then taken to South Africa and displayed at the MAKE SOME NOISE Festival, Joburg.
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"Fuck 2010" - Soccer for the People, Not for Profit 23:39 Fr 07 Aug 0 comments
Half a dozen anarchists, including members of the Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front, participated in a Reclaim the Streets inspired six-a-side soccer 'tournament' this Sunday 2nd August in Newtown, Johannesburg. They were invited to form an anarchist team by the organisers.
Mutual Aid: An Anarchist Concept at Work in Southern Africa Apr 07 1 comments
Mutual Aid is an important and relevant anarchist concept. It shows how aspects of a better world already exist everywhere, including in Southern Africa, and how we can achieve this world, building on and extending existing cultural practices. First published in issue number 10 of Zabalaza: A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism, April 2009.
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