• AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 38

    TSOLO LEARNERS FORCED TO WRITE EXAMS IN OPEN FIELD 25 years into democracy, more than 250 learners of Mcheni Primary School in Ntywenka village in Tsolo are condemned to write their end-of-year exams in an open field. Yet the Eastern … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 37

      NO END IN SIGHT ON THE WORSENING ECONOMIC CRISIS Many political leaders and commentators were disappointed by the Finance Minister Tito Mboweni when he tabled his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on Wednesday. But we in AZAPO Voice were not … View More


    AZAPO MEDIA RELEASE Thursday, 24 October 2019 AZAPO WELCOMES THE UNRAVELLING OF THE DA, A PARTY OF WHITE LIBERAL APOLOGISTS FOR COLONIALISM AND APARTHEID The Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) notes with elation, the unravelling of the Democratic Alliance. A bastion … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 36

    THE BURSTING OF THE RAINBOW BUBBLE As a matter of principle, AZAPO Voice rarely comments on the developments in other political parties. But when the inner workings of a political party impact on the functioning of government, we have to make … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 35

    CULPRITS OF GRAND SCALE CORRUPTION MUST BE ARRESTED AND JAILED Government officials, especially high-ranking and experienced politicians, are known to down-play the negatives and exaggerate the positives. So, when President Cyril Ramaphosa tells an international audience, made up of potential … View More


    All Media Houses Date : 08 October 2019 AZAPO would like to extend condolences to the family, the school, and the broader community of Sebokeng over the demise of a learner killed at school by a fellow learner. It is … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 34

    ERSTWHILE REVOLUTIONARIES ARE DROWNING IN THE CORROSIVE POWER OF THE SYSTEM The Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) is a revolutionary movement. Necessarily, its leaders are revolutionaries. Being a revolutionary is a huge responsibility because revolutionaries have to transform society and create … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 33

    THE GRADE 9 EXIT ANNOUNCEMENT IS THE DAWN OF NEW EDUCATION PROBLEMS The Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga made a sensational pronouncement at the annual congress of the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) that Grade 9 or Standard … View More


    Friday, 06 September 2019 To All Media Houses For immediate release From the Azanian People’s Organization, AZAPO ON THE PASSING OF PRESIDENT ROBERT MUGABE The Azanian People’s Organization, AZAPO, received with sadness the message of the passing of brother leader, … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 32

    THE MBOWENI ECONOMIC STRATEGY IS NOTHING NEW This past Tuesday Finance Minister Tito Mboweni released for public comment what he says is a new economic growth strategy for South Africa. Heaven and earth are promised to the people in this … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 31

    ALL APARTHEID AND COLONIAL SYMBOLS MUST GO The ruling by Gauteng High Court Deputy Judge President Phineas Mojapelo declaring the gratuitous display of the apartheid-era flag as hate speech should be welcome by all who are committed to rid our … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 30

    THE FINANCIALISATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS Before the advent of democracy, which means before 1994, money did not play a decisive role in politics even though it was still important. Moneyless organisations like AZAPO could still exist and wage the … View More

  • AZAPO Submission to Parliament on the...

    AZAPO SUBMISSION TO PARLIAMENT ON THE REPOSSESSION OF LAND – DRAFT 31 May 2018 “Awaking on Friday morning, June 20, 1913, the South African Native found himself, not actually a slave, but a pariah in the land of his birth.”[1] Solomon … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 29

    WE SALUTE THE AZANIAN BAOBABS 9 August 1956 stands tall in the history of the Azanian Revolution. It is the day Azanian women stood up and staged a massive protest against the white settler-minority regime’s repeated attempts to force Black … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 28

    EMPTY PROMISES RESULT IN THE DEPRESSION OF BLACK PEOPLE Not many people attach much importance to what it took to bring about the 1994 democracy in South Africa. Those who do not want to go a distance in thinking simply … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 27

    AFRIKANER AND BIKO There was a bizarre news report published in The Star on July 23 under the headline: Johann Rupert ‘trying to distort history on Biko’. In the report, controversial Afrikaner billionaire Johann Rupert claims that he had established … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 26

    To print and read the pdf version, please click here ⇒ AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 26 AZAPO VOLUME PREVIOUS ONLINE PUBLICATIONS ONE AZANIA ! ONE NATION !

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 2 Issue Number 25

    AFRIKAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT Afrikan nations signed a continental free-trade agreement at an African Union (AU) summit held in Niger last Sunday. The deal paves the way to create the biggest free-trade zone in the world. All AU members, except … View More