Nina Benjamin* takes a look at the Winter School hosted by Khanya College in July this year, and argues that the Winter School was step towards building regional solidarity, and that is raised consciousness among participants about the need to combat xenophobia in the sub-region.
Dalitso Kubalasa* reflects on the Malawi civil society’s attitude to NEPAD, and argues that NEPAD’s vision can be restored if Africa’s leaders enter into a new partnership with their people.
* Ram Seegobin analyses ruling class strategies in theSADC region, and argues for the need to coordinate the response of the social movement on a region-wide basis.
Mohau Pheko* takes a critical look at the processes of regional integration in Africa, and argues for a process of integration driven from below.
MP Giyose* argues that the present social movement are an historical continuation of pre-independence struggles in Africa, and that it is important to unite these movements with the ideological leadership of the new intelligentsia.