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Trevor Ngwane

TREVOR NGWANE was active in the anti-apartheid movement and is now a PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Johannesburg, a member of the Socialist Group, and active in the Marikana Support Campaign, Democratic Left Front, and the United Front.

SPECIAL REPORT: SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa: The State of the Movement

South Africa is the world’s most unequal society, if the measurement used is the Gini co-efficient. Its economy is also the biggest in Africa barring Nigeria’s. It arguably has the most advanced financial, industrial, and commercial sectors on the continent.

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2020

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