Oupa Lehulere explains how the capitalist system works, and how the search for profits within this system causes crises.
Oupa Lehulere looks at what the recall tells us about the ANC, and its lessons for the new social movements
Oupa Lehulere argues for a united front of social movements to campaign for a No vote in the 2009 elections to build political consciousness and strengthen the movements.
Oupa Lehulere argues that, instead of orientating to Cosatu, the task for militants is to orientate towards the struggles that are emerging outside of it as the best way to build the working class movement.
Oupa Lehulere replies to the critiques, arguing that his main argument, against an orientation to Cosatu, has not been understood, with orientation being confused for organisational tactics.
Oupa Lehulere argues that over the last ten years COSATU has moved from being a militant socialist organisation to becoming an organisation whose policies are now acceptable to the capitalist class in South Africa.
Why is the topic of democracy and capitalism relevant today?