ARTICLES RELATING TO SACP

What colour is our flag?

2016-09-25 06:07

Back in 2005, when the Jacob Zuma juggernaut got going in earnest, SA Communist Party (SACP) activist Mazibuko Jara penned a paper that questioned the organisation’s slavish loyalty to the ANC’s then deputy president.

Student leaders ask Cosatu for help

2016-09-23 19:19

President Jacob Zuma has allowed police to brutalize students, Wits University’s SRC leader has told Cosatu.

Western Cape SACP considering contesting 2019 elections separately from ANC

2016-09-18 20:42

The SA Communist Party in the Western Cape says widespread corruption and looting of state resources has made it consider contesting the next general elections outside of the tripartite alliance for the first time.

Take off your faction lenses – ANCYL

2016-09-15 11:41

The ANC Youth League has rejected claims that it makes decisions based on instructions from other structures or elders in the ruling party.

Case against alleged Inchanga killers postponed

2016-08-31 15:29

The case against four men accused of killing SACP member Nontsikelelo Blose in Inchanga has been postponed, the NPA said.

Alliance leaders must 'sober up' and confront issues - Sanco

2016-08-28 11:30

Sanco's national executive committee has called on leaders of the Tripartite Alliance to sober up and confront issues such as arrogance and corruption to save the national democratic revolution.

Inchanga memorial service postponed for further peace talks

2016-08-25 11:53

A joint memorial service planned by the KwaZulu-Natal government for the two people - one from the ANC and one from the SACP - who were killed in Inchanga has been postponed for further peace talks in the area.

Inchanga unrest a political problem - SACP

2016-08-23 19:20

The recent upsurge in violence in Inchanga is a political problem that needs a political solution, the KwaZulu-Natal SACP says.

2 dead as ANC, SACP tensions spill out onto the streets of Inchanga

2016-08-22 13:45

Ongoing tensions between members of the SACP and ANC have spilled out onto the streets of Inchanga, outside Durban, with two people having been killed in two days.

SACP decries 'disgusting' police report into political killings

2016-07-31 14:02

The South African Communist Party has hit out at a Sunday newspaper report into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal, calling it "extremely worrying" and saying it refused to be used as a "scapegoat".

 

SACP leaders' phones are bugged - Nzimande

2016-09-24 15:37

SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande says the party leadership is under siege with leaders’ phones being bugged by ''parasites'' trying to paralyse the ANC and its alliance partners.

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Baskets of bitterness

2016-09-18 06:10

In South Africa, there are two groups of increasingly bitter people: those who expected things to get better immediately when apartheid ended and those who wish they could have all the privileges they gave up when apartheid ended.

Western Cape SACP backs striking Parliament workers

2016-09-08 14:22

The Western Cape SACP has come out in support of Parliament's striking workers and has condemned the ongoing suspension of Nehawu branch chairperson Sthembiso Tembe.

Calls for early ANC elective conference factional – SACP

2016-08-28 19:09

The South African Communist Party believes an early ANC elective conference would result in deepening divisions in the party and the alliance, and has suggested a non-elective consultative conference to help unify stakeholders.

Peace prayer planned for troubled Inchanga

2016-08-25 20:28

KwaZulu-Natal Safety and Liaison MEC Mxolisi Kaunda has urged Inchanga residents to ensure peace and stability.

Two men in court for Inchanga killing

2016-08-25 05:37

Two men have appeared in the Camperdown Magistrate's Court on charges of killing SACP member Nonsikelelo Blose in Inchanga, the NPA has said.

Allegations against me have put my life in danger, Kasrils tells court

2016-08-23 15:30

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils says that since being called counter-revolutionary and an enemy of the state, he feels his life is in danger.

SACP decries 'disgusting' police report into political killings

2016-07-31 15:13

The South African Communist Party has hit out at a Sunday newspaper report into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal, calling it "extremely worrying" and saying it refused to be used as a "scapegoat".

Stop deifying Mandela to promote own interests - Nzimande

2016-07-26 11:00

People should stop deifying former president Nelson Mandela to promote their own interests, says SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande.

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