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Umsebenzi Online is an exclusively electronic publication of the South African Communist Party. It is published at least once a week, on Thursday.

Umsebenzi Online is aimed at SACP activists who are in government, parliament, trade unions, and formations of mass democratic movement, our country's democratic people as a whole, our allies, democratic social movements and fraternal international formations. Umsebenzi Online is also aimed at communicating with the media and the public on the positions and analysis of the political and economic situation in our country and now offers reports on activities relating to the national democratic transformation of South Africa.

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2003 

Date Title No
17 Dec 2003 The historic YCL Re-establishment Congress Vol 2 No. 25
03 Dec 2003 SACP Solidarity Message to COSATU’s 18th Anniversary Celebrations Vol 2 No. 24
19 Nov 2003 Building independent working class power as the prime weapon to create a better life for all Vol 2 No. 23
05 Nov 2003 Strengthen the Alliance to confront the Reality of Imperialist Globalisation Vol 2 No. 22
15 Oct 2003 Domestic Work is not what the Lotto advert suggests Vol 2 No. 21
01 Oct 2003 Farm Workers Organise or Starve Vol 2 No. 20
17 Sep 2003 Extracts from SACP address to Cosatu 8th National Congress Vol 2 No. 19
03 Sep 2003 Forward to a People’s Co-operative Bank! Vol 2 No. 18
20 Aug 2003 People's Power - the 20th Anniversary of the UDF Vol 2 No. 17
06 Aug 2003 Building a progressive women’s movement as a platform for taking forward the struggle for transforming gender relations Vol 2 No. 16
30 Jul 2003 Is the bourgeoisie capable of leading Africa’s revival? Vol 2 No. 15
16 Jul 2003 Happy Birthday Madiba – A genuine friend of South African communists Vol 2 No. 14
02 Jul 2003 President Bush’s visit to South Africa: Our people must send a firm message that we shall not tolerate US imperialism Vol 2 No. 13
18 Jun 2003 Reflections from a Communist University: Need for patient rebuilding of a left anti-imperialist movement Vol 2 No. 12
04 Jun 2003 The relationship between the democratic state, the working class and private capital: The key challenge towards and beyond the Growth and Development Summit Vol 2 No. 11
21 May 2003 A Job Intensive Formal Sector And Sustainable Households And Communities – The Two Key Priorities Of The GDS Vol 2 No. 10
07 May 2003 SACP salutes Walter Sisulu Vol 2 No. 9
17 Apr 2003 Nzimande speech at the launch of Chris Hani Institute Vol 2 No. 8
10 Apr 2003 Tribute to Chis Hani Vol 2 No. 7
02 Apr 2003 We will never allow Chris Hani to die Vol 2 No. 6
19 Mar 2003 The economic question as the fundamental challenge in the current period Vol 2 No. 5
05 Mar 2003 New Possibilities for Progressive Global Politics Vol 2 No. 4
19 Feb 2003 The Global Transformation Charter and the Financial Services Charter: Spaces for Workers and the Poor? Vol 2 No. 3
05 Feb 2003 Oil is thicker than Blood Vol 2 No. 2
15 Jan 2003 Slovo’s legacy: Unity in Action and Intra Alliance Debate are two sides of the same coin Vol 2 No. 1
 

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