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  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 25

      To print and read the pdf version, please click here ⇒ AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue 25. For all comments and inputs, please click here, we thank you in advance. AZAPO Voice Previous Publications ONE AZANIA ! ONE NATION !

  • THE AZANIAN PEOPLE’S ORGANISATION ...

    15 August 2018 THE AZANIAN PEOPLE’S ORGANISATION (AZAPO) SENDS HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES TO THE SOBUKWE FAMILY ON THE PASSING OF ZONDENI VERONICA SOBUKWE Now they know her name, now they talk about her… For many years the country had forgotten about … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 24

    THERE IS STRUGGLE TO BLACK WOMEN’S HAIR Hair, more especially that of black women, possess social qualities which are associated with people’s lived experiences. Unpacking the meanings behind the lived experiences of these women highlights that these very experiences are … View More

  • MAPETLA MOHAPI MEMORIAL LECTURE...

    MAPETLA MOHAPI MEMORIAL LECTURE DELIVERED BY CDE TWIGGS XIPHU AT SAULSVILLE ARENA, TSHWANE, ON 5 AUGUST 2018 Mapetla Mohapi: Lessons on Revolutionary Leadership Mapetla Frank Mohapi was born in the rural village of Jozanashoek, Sterkspruit in the former Transkei (now … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 23

    PATRIARCHY MUST BE DESTROYED ROOT AND BRANCH August is dubbed the Women’s Month in South Africa.  August is chosen as the symbolism to remember and honour the 9 August 1956 women’s march on the apartheid Union buildings against the pass … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 22

    BEYOND THE IPSOS SURVEY RESULTS Ipsos, the market research company whose worldwide headquarters are in France, recently released survey results that suggest that the ruling party will comfortably get 60% of the total voter support at national level, and over … View More

  • AZAPO ON TAXI VIOLENCE NEAR COLENSO IN...

    MEDIA RELEASE  Monday, 23 July 2018 TAXI VIOLENCE NEAR COLENSO IN CENTRAL KWAZULU-NATAL AZAPO condemns the senseless killings that continue unabated within the taxi industry. We find it disturbing that despite this having been a practice for many years, our law … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 21

    MUD SCHOOLS REMAIN A “NORM AND STANDARD” FOR BLACK CHILDREN 24 years into democracy the ruling party still needs a court of law to force it to prioritise the education of Black children.  Today the Bisho High Court ruled in … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 20

    MUNTU KA MYEZA LIVES ON 28 years ago on 3 July 1990, AZAPO lost one of its seasoned leaders in Cde Muntu ka Myeza.  While his death was made to look like a car accident, AZAPO stubbornly believes that Cde … View More

  • AZAPO STANDING COMMITTEE RESOLUTIONS ON...

    MEDIA STATEMENT Date : Monday, July 9, 2018 AZAPO STANDING COMMITTEE RESOLUTIONS ON LAND REPOSSESSION, THE TRANSFER OF COMMUNAL LAND, SOCIO- ECONOMIC STRIFE AND THE 2019 ELECTIONS. The Standing Committee of the Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) met over the weekend … View More

  • REPLACE MONEY WITH PEOPLE BY CDE...

    REPLACE MONEY WITH PEOPLE – STATE OF THE NATION – (A speech delivered by the President of AZAPO, Cde Pandelani Nefolovhodwe, at the opening of the 11th Biennial National Congress of AZAPO at Port Elizabeth on 26 November 1992.) INTRODUCTION Azanian women, Azanian men, … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 19

    THE QUOTA SYSTEM OF REPORTING NEWS WILL DESTROY THE SABC The submission by the ruling party that the SABC should allocate 62% of its news coverage to it would be comical if it was not tragic.  The ruling party wants … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 18

    THE DEBATE ABOUT INDIANS IS UNFORTUNATE Our political father, Steve Bantu Biko, was once asked if the government of the day in a free Azania would ensure the protection of rights of minorities.  His answer was straight and simple.  He … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 17

    WHERE IS THE MINISTRY OF WOMEN? The Ministry of Women needs to come out of its hiding hole and fight the war on the side of women.  Its role must be clearly defined, articulated and implemented.   Presently, it is conspicuous … View More

  • SONWABO PAPER NGXALE MEMORIAL LECTURE...

    SONWABO PAPER NGXALE MEMORIAL LECTURE DELIVERED BY AZAPO NATIONAL CHAIRPERSON, CDE NELVIS QEKEMA, AT THE AZAPO EASTERN CAPE PROVINCIAL CONGRESS HELD IN MAKANA ON 16 JUNE 2018 “Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep by Mary Elizabeth Frye (1905) … View More

  • AZAPO Voice Volume 1 Issue Number 16

    JUNE 16 UPRISINGS The government has declared June to be Youth Month.  The declaration was informed by the quest to honour the youth of Soweto, who in June of 1976 revolted against Bantu Education in particular and against the system … View More

  • Gauteng : June 16, 1976 Students...

    The programme will start early in the morning by paying homage to leaders of June 16, 1976 Students Uprising ( Cdes Tsietsi Mashinini, Kgotso Seatholo and others ) at Avalon Cemetery, Soweto. Black Consciousness has in its years of existence … View More

  • ON PROPOSED CHANGE OF CURRICULUM IN THE...

    To all Media Houses From The Azanian People’s Organization (AZAPO ). 06 June 2018 ON PROPOSED CHANGE OF CURRICULUM IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION (DBE) The intention of the Department of Basic Education to effect curriculum changes in the … View More