Mafata Mogodi* observes that farm workers have been among the biggest victims of Mugabe’s human rights abuses and argues that the global justice movement has neglected these experiences.
Ishmael Lesufi* and Fortune Sibanda argue that any attempt to make sense of the unfolding developments in Zimbabwe today will need to be located within an understanding of the development of capitalism in that country and the struggles waged by the African masses against this social system.
Mondli Hlatshwayo* argues that the ASM has proved critical to international co-ordination of working class struggles, notwithstanding some on-going weaknesses.
Mafata Mogodi gives an overview of the discussions and debates around farm workers in nairobi.
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