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12 June 2019

Nigeria: Stop police harassment of Abbey and Azeez!

Abiodun Bamigboye (Abbey Trotsky) - a member of the Socialist Party's sister organisation in Nigeria, the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) - has been arrested by Nigerian police again and again and again.

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9 January 2019

Blocked for years, but the Socialist Party of Nigeria is now standing in elections

After years of campaigning to be officially recognised, the Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN - launched by the Democratic Socialist Movement and others) is able to stand in elections.

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15 July 2015

The Marikana report - a whitewash

In August 2012, 34 striking miners were shot dead by South African police. Not unexpectedly, the newly released report completely exonerates the government.

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8 April 2015

Nigeria: Ruling party crumbles in historic election

Without doubt the 28 March presidential election was a major turning point for Nigeria. For the first time in the country's 55 year existence as an independent country, a ruling party was roundly defeated in an election

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A general strike against fuel price hikes in Nigeria

A general strike against fuel price hikes in Nigeria

19 November 2014

Unreported Nigeria: Class struggle and inequality

When Nigeria is mentioned in the British press it is usually to report the horrors of Boko Haramís latest terrorist attack or the - at least for now - successful battle against Ebola. However, there is another side to Nigeria - the magnificent history of struggle by the working class

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14 May 2014

Capitalist politicians can't solve Boko Haram crisis

The abduction of over 200 girls from a school in Nigeria sparked global outrage

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5 March 2014

Nigeria's battle for a mass workers' party

Book review: Over the weekend of 1-2 March, 74 people were killed in a terror bombing by Boko Haram insurgents in Africa's most populous country, Nigeria

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Nelson Mandela at Downing Street in 1996, photo Brent Moore

6 December 2013

After Nelson Mandela - continue the struggle for freedom and equality

The worldwide tsunami of responses to Mandela's death reflects the almost universal disgust at the system of apartheid

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13 November 2013

South African socialist speaks in South Wales

The meeting room in central Cardiff was packed with trade unionists and young socialists to hear Mametlwe Sebei, of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM, the Socialist Party's sister organisation in South Africa) - active in supporting the South African miners' strikes and building the new Workers and Socialist Party (WASP)

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Mametlwe Sebei, spokesperson for the Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) of South Africa, photo WASP

Mametlwe Sebei

16 October 2013

Workers and youth re-assert their political voice in South Africa

Leading WASP and Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI South Africa) member Mametlwe Sebei will be a speaker at the Socialism 2013 rally being held in London on 2 November. Sebei spoke to the Socialist...

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14 August 2013

South Africa: Limpopo WASP launch

On Wednesday 3 August the Sefateng Stadium in Atok was filled with revolutionary workers' songs. More than 700 people had come to the stadium to launch the Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) in Limpopo, writes Meschak Komani, DSM, South Africa.

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29 May 2013

South Africa: Eye-witness to the developing struggle

Over the past several months, the South African affiliate of the Committee for a Workers' International, the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), has been working with others to launch the Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) as a broad party of the working class aiming to unite the struggles of work, writes South Africa:.

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22 May 2013

South African economy: Mass sacking threat demands mass action

The Workers and Socialist Party (WASP) has denounced Amplats' (Anglo American - the world's largest platinum producer) cold-blooded plans to slash 6,000 jobs

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South Africa: The Massacre that Changed a Nation - BBC2 Wednesday, 24th April, photo BBC screen shot

South Africa: The Massacre that Changed a Nation - BBC2 Wednesday, 24th April, photo BBC screen shot

25 April 2013

Review of 'South Africa: The Massacre that Changed a Nation', BBC2 April 24th

Labour MP Peter Hain returned to his native South Africa to try to discover why the ANC government is losing the support of the black working class

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South African supporters of the Democratic Socialist Movement, section of the CWI, photo S. Figg

South African supporters of the Democratic Socialist Movement, section of the CWI, photo S. Figg

20 February 2013

South Africa: Democratic Socialist Movement conference

Hardening solid gold: About 60 delegates and visitors from across South Africa's platinum and gold mines, townships and villages, gathered on 9-11 February in Benoni, east of Johannesburg, for the Democratic Socialist Movement's (DSM) national conference

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14 February 2013

South Africa: Democratic Socialist Movement

Delegates and visitors from across South Africa's platinum and gold mines, townships and villages, gathered on 9-11 February for the DSM national conference (CWI in South Africa)

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Rob Williams, chair, National Shop Stewards Network, addresses the protest outside the South African embassy, photo by  Socialist Party

22 August 2012

Support South African miners

Stop the exploitation of workers by ruthless multinational: Trade unionists in Britain have been stunned by the scenes of slaughter on TV from the Marikana platinum mine in South Africa, writes Rob Williams.

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Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) in Nigeria, sister party of the Socialist Party in the UK, , photo by DSM

Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) in Nigeria, sister party of the Socialist Party in the UK, , photo by DSM

11 January 2012

Nigeria shut down at start of indefinite general strike

Nigeria has been gripped by widespread anger and protest since the sudden New Year's Day announcement of a more than doubling in the price of fuel; something which hits not just transport of people and goods but also fuel for the generators people need for electricity and fuel for cooking...

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4 January 2012

Nigeria: Boko Haram's Christmas Day bombings

Among the more audacious previous attacks of Boko Haram were the bombings of the National Police headquarters and the United Nations office in the capital, Abuja, writes Segun Sango, General secretary, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM - CWI, Nigeria).

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