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Interview: After Apartheid – The new South Africa

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anti apartheidJust three years after the famous elections that ended apartheid in April 1994, South Africa’s reforms are in crisis and dissatisfaction is rising. In a wide ranging interview we ask the Workers Solidarity Federation for their views on what has happened since the end of apartheid.

Full version here.  Published in Red and Black Revolution 3 (WSM, 1998)

Note on photograph: Showing a picket organised by the Dunnes Stores Strike Support Group (Cork) outside the Dunnes Stores supermarket on Patrick Street in Cork circa 1985. The placard says “Help Fight Apartheid – Boycott Dunnes Stores”.

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Written by Kevin Doyle

March 31, 2016 at 1:26 pm

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