Vietnam’s president dies

Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang, a former chief of internal security who became one of the most high-profile leaders in the communist-ruled country, died on Friday after

Free Western Sahara, demands NUMSA

By Staff Reporter   The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA) has demanded the independence of Western Sahara. Situated on the northwest coast of

Stop depending on capitalists – Pratt  

By Staff Reporter   Ghana Socialist Forum member and director at Pan African Television, Ama Pratt has called on Africans to stop depending on what he termed

Former Nepalese PM, Kumar says liberation is possible for Africa

By Staff Reporter   FORMER Nepalese Prime Minister Madhav Kumar says its possible to liberate a determined people. And Socialist Party General Secretary Dr Cosmas Musumali says

Amnesty International doubts Zim’s Commission of Inquiry

By Staff Reporter Amnesty International has doubted the impartiality of Zimbabwe’s Commission of Inquiry into the country’s post-election killings. After the disputed July 31 election, six people

Musumali warns of a new Scramble for Africa

By Staff Reporter   Socialist Party General Secretary Dr Cosmas Musmali has warned that a new Scramble for Africa has emerged, perpetuated by some of the world’s

COSATU have abused us, lament SA’s landless people

By Staff Reporter   A South African civil society organisation for landless people has asked all leaders of different organisations across the world to struggle with their