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Governance and administrative disarray facing the SABC must be investigated

The South African Communist Party (SACP) calls for thoroughgoing investigations into the state of the SABC, our public broadcaster, which is clearly facing serious governance and administrative disarray. This must be dealt with now and for good!

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"Cecil John Rhodes Statue must fall", SACP Brian Bunting District

The SACP Brian Bunting District is proud of student action at the University of Cape Town (UCT), in particular the campaign to achieve transformation at the university. The SACP supports this struggle and will seek ways to broaden it to its zenith. The students have certainly made the country talking on the persisting issues of racial discrimination and institutionalised racism at some of our universities.

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Tribute by SACP CC Member and Deputy Minister in the Presidency Cde Buti Manamela at the official funeral Service of ANC NEC Member and Minister Collins Chabane

On Sunday morning between half past two and three I received a call. On the other side it was the Director-General in the Presidency. He was choking. He couldn't say what exactly the reason for his call was. I couldn't put together and make an idea of what he was actually saying.

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SACP message at the reburial of the remains of JB Marks as delivered by SACP Second Deputy General Secretary, Comrade Solly Mapaila

Last Saturday, 14 March 2015, we reburied the remains of Comrade Moses Kotane. Malome Kotane was a lifelong collaborator and comrade-in-arms of Comrade John 'Beaver' Marks. Kotane was the General Secretary and Marks the Chairperson of our Party. Their relationship was essentially a political, ideological and organisational one, but it was also a social relationship. There are striking similarities between these two heroes of our struggle for national liberation and socialism. It is very difficult to separate between them.

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ABOUT THE SACP
 

The South African Communist Party was founded in 1921 and has always been in the forefront of the struggle against imperialism and racist domination. The SACP is a partner in the Tripartite Alliance consisting of the African National Congress and the Congress of South African Trade Union. The Youth Wing of the SACP is the Young Communist League.