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The youth are our future

AN interview with Peter Mokaba, president of the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO). Learn and Teach: Could you please tell us about the history of SAYCO? Peter Mokaba: SAYCO’s history [...]

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A roarrr from the bush

During the Easter weekend, the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO) held its first national congress in Kanyamazane, Ka Ngwane. Saul Molobi killed two birds with one stone — he attended the [...]

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Learning from our comrades

Health in a new South Africa Bafana Seripe is a health worker at the Workplace Information Group (WIG) in Johannesburg. WIG run workshops for union shop stewards about health and safety. Bafana [...]

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Hamba kahle Bra Jeff!

Japhta Masemola knew the bitter taste of prison much better than he knew the taste of being outside. He spent 26 long years in jail and only five short months out of it before he was killed in a [...]

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A hostel life

What is it like to live in a women’s hostel? Ma Ambe Maseko tells us… “Life here in the hostel is terrible. We only live here because we have nowhere else to go,” says Ma [...]

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Island music

Political prisoners on Robben Island try hard to make their long and difficult stay in prison easier. They discuss the struggle, study and play games. Some are great music lovers and have even [...]

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Comment

The State of Emergency has finally been lifted — except in Natal of course. It is our view that it was not necessary for the government to impose the State of Emergency in the first place. It is [...]

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