National Sections of the L5I:

Africa

Sudanese Revolution: Smashing the Junta is the only road to freedom

Once more, across the length and breadth of Sudan, we are witnessing a massive revolutionary upsurge against the military junta of General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and his deputy, General Mohamed Hamdan Read more...

Obituary: Desmond Tutu (1931 – 2021)

Anti-apartheid activist and liberation theologian Desmond Tutu died after a long battle with cancer on Boxing Day, aged 90. Read more...

War, massacre and starvation face millions in Ethiopia-Tigray War

According to a report to the United Nations' Security Council, 400,000 people in the Ethiopian federal province of Tigray are facing full-scale famine and a further seven million in northern Ethiopia Read more...

Halt the Coup in Sudan

On the morning of October 25, a coup was launched in Khartoum. Read more...

South Africa: 155,000 NUMSA steelworkers on indefinite strike

A mass strike has halted steel production in South Africa since 5 October. Read more...

French troops out of Mali, down with French colonialism!

In a declaration in June 2021, President Macron announced the end of France's Operation Barkhane in Mali. Read more...

South Africa: poor confront ANC’s rotten state

South Africa has just witnessed the worst violence in the country since the fall of apartheid nearly three decades ago. Read more...

Uganda's stolen election

While in the US an ageing president’s attempt to maintain his grip on power by invoking violence has caused shock waves around the world, in parts of Africa such acts are sadly commonplace. Read more...

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