Ghanaian activist calls for agrarian revolution

By Staff Reporter   GHANA’s General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU) former general secretary  Kingsley Ofei- Nkausah has called for an agririan revolution, which repossess land ownership and

South Africa’s workplace is extremely racist, charges NUMSA

By Staff Reporter The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa says when workers demonstrate they should be allowed to sing revolutionary songs which they identify with

Indian Left parties organise nationwide shutdown over crumbling economy

The impact of soaring petrol and diesel prices on the poor, corruption in defence deals and the loot of the economy by corporates wereamong the issues highlighted By V.

Africa’s new-found love for Kwame Nkrumah and Pan Africanism

By Zaya Yeebo In Ghana, September is going to be a very busy and exnihilating month, that is if you belong to the increasing numbers of Kwame

What is Brazil’s election landscape now that Haddad will replace Lula in the race?

By Staff Reporter Experts discuss the challenges for the Workers’ Party to keep Lula’s voters and appeal to female voters After Brazil’s Supreme Electoral Court banned ex-president

The US has spent $1.5 trillion on war since Sept 11 attacks

By Web Master   The collective wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria have cost more than $1.5 trillion, according to a Defense Department report. According to the

Letter from Lula: “Now Haddad will be Lula for millions of Brazilians”

By Web Master Lula writes to Brazilian people; Workers’ Party announces that Haddad will replace former president on the ticket “If they wish to silence our voices