We must build a radical front for RET

By Andile Mngxitama We aren’t naive. A Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (NDZ) victory wouldn’t have meant radical economic transformation (RET) implementation from the next day. It would have still been the African National Congress (ANC) with its proven track record of pandering to legalism, bourgeois responsibility and sensitivity to white fears. However, a NDZ victory would have …

RET is minimum program – we are one!

Photo taken at the OR Tambo Airport yesterday during the arousing welcoming event for President Zuma who was returning from Cuba after receiving medical treatment there. By Andile Mngxitama These are radical economic transformation (RET) forces from the Free State. They were giving me progress report on my comrade Lenyehelo Lenyehelo who has since joined …

We need to deepen our understanding of RET

By Andile Mngxitama President Jacob Zuma is a symbol of resistance against white monopoly capital (WMC). Only those not involved in the battle or those on the side of the enemy would say otherwise. The fight today is simply radical economic transformation (RET) versus Stellenbosch. Ret is symbolically represented by President Zuma, while Cyril Ramaphosa …

Arrest and prosecute FW de Klerk

Former South African President FW de Klerk. Photo credit: Polity Black First Land First (BLF) calls on the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) and the Hawks to arrest and prosecute FW de Klerk. On May 8, 2017 BLF laid 22 criminal charges against FW de Klerk regarding cases of mass murders relating to several massacres. FW …

ANC formed to fight for black liberation as blacks only organization

Image credit: SA History Online By Andile Mngxitama The Africa National Congress (ANC) of 1912, known at that time as the South African Native National Congress (SANNC), was a blacks only organization. The ANC of 2020 is white controlled and was born with the Freedom Charter in 1955 in Kliptown, Soweto. It’s a bit irritating. …

Black political parties must unite!

By BO Staff Writer The following statement was first published in the Black First Land First website and is now reissued by Black Opinion: The black majority desire black unity to advance the revolution to end suffering. The enemy is united but black people are divided. A new opportunity to work towards black unity has …