2015 - ROAPE
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December 2015

In the second installment of Radical Agendas in South Africa, Dale McKinley examines the development of community struggles since 1994. McKinley argues that the transition to democracy and the ANC’s capturing of state power after 1994, saw a range of new political, socio-economic and organizational constellations of power come to the fore....

With the launch of our our new website we reflect on how the Review of African Political Economy was established in 1974. ROAPE was founded with the aim to ‘examine the roots of Africa’s present condition’ and problems such as inequality and dependency. Yet, the Review did not seek to promote scholarly research for its own sake, but instead sought to engage with the actions required for transformation. ...

Since the middle of October 2015 students at universities across South Africa have been protesting over three issues. Ashley Fataar writes how by November universities across the country were witnessing protests unprecedented since the fall of racial apartheid in 1994. Listed here are some of the campaigns that have come out of these protests....