Zabalaza: A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism, No.8 now available

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Mar 1 2008 07:37
Zabalaza: A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism, No.8 now available

We are happy to finally announce the long-overdue publication of the eighth issue of "Zabalaza - A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism". Our organisation having recently undergone some changes, we hope to get back on track and to meet our goals of publishing Zabalaza twice a year.

In this long-awaited issue:

* Asgisa: A Working Class Critique
* S.A. Public Sector Strikes
* The 2010 World Cup
* Protests Against University Privatisation
* Introduction to the ABC
* Vigilante Farmers Want Refugee Camps
* Swaziland: The Assassination of Our Dear Comrade
* Europe, Africa and the Neo-Liberal Strategy of Co- Optation
* Fallacies of the Darfur War
* The Congo's Dilemma
* A New Guantanamo in Africa?
* Misrepresentation of Self-Management in the Caribbean
* Some Thoughts on Theoretical Unity & Collective Responsibility
* Clarity on What Anarcho-Syndicalism Is
* Towards an Anarcho-Syndicalist Strategy for Africa

Download the PDF here:
http://www.zabalaza.net/pdfs/sapams/zab08.pdf

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Mar 1 2008 17:21

thanks, sf. i read it (mitch linked to it too a few days ago) and there was one item i was curious about:

Quote:
On 27 September 2007 The Zimbabwean
reported that, according to highly positioned
government sources, the ZANU-PF government
has hired Israeli intelligence operatives to implement
systems that will enable the regime to
gather intelligence against key opposition figures.
It is said that the Zimbabwean regime is
paying huge sums of foreign currency for the
work of Mossad agents, and the spying equipment
that they have brought with them.

(page 11)

that's amazing. is there more information?

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Mar 3 2008 07:02

I can't seem to find that article from The Zimbabwean anymore. Perhaps google it or search their site? sorry, you not much help as you probably already thought of that..