In this article, Mondli Hlatshwayo argues that adhering to principles defines the operation of democratic working class organisations and movements
Mondli Hlatshwayo* argues that the ASM has proved critical to international co-ordination of working class struggles, notwithstanding some on-going weaknesses.
In this article Mondli hlatshwayo* discusses the World Social Forum in the context of significant changes in Venezuela, and latin America. In Venezuela, the struggle and memory of Simon bolivar is a constant inspiration for current struggles.
In this article Mondli hlatshwayo* reviews the process of WSF preparation by social movements in South Africa.
In this article Mondli hlatshwayo* looks at instances of forced evictions in luanda, Angola, human rights abuses, and at initiatives to build movements of resistance in that Country.
In this article Mondli hlatshwayo* reflects on the development of the social movements in South Africa since the late 1990s, and he also looks at the challenges facing these new social justice movements.
Mondli Hlatswayo argues that the wave of militant socialist struggles led by the trade unions over the last 30 years are now coming to an end, and that the unions have been co-opted into the capitalist system.
Mondli Hlatshwayo and Oupa Lehulere* reflect on the WSF in Mumbai, and argue that Mumbai marks an important step in the international regroupment of left forces.