The strength of the ANC does not lie in parliament

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With the death of the New National Party, the SACP is the only political party remaining that contested for elections before the Suppression of Communism Act of 1950. Through the years, it has evolved from an active, legal electoral party to an underground military one, and then into a party

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We are more united than ever

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RIGHT OF REPLY The SACP and the YCL are not divided on what the outcomes of the Party’s Special National Congress are as suggested by Vicki Robinson (‘Not now-but not never’ Mail & Guardian, April 15 to 21 2005) On the contrary, both the SACP internal structures, together

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State Power Debate!

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The article by Rapule Tabane (Youth, SACP Bosses lock horns on Elections, Mail and Guardian, 18 March 2005) is misleading and greatly misrepresents my and those of the Young Communist League. Firstly, the South African Communist Party [SACP] is not divided into ‘camps’ on the issue

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