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Interview with the Socialist Movement of Ghana: The IMF and the class struggle
Africa, Ghana

Interview with the Socialist Movement of Ghana: The IMF and the class struggle

Download PDF flyer Liberation News Photo: (from left to right) Blaise of the SMG, Nino Brown from the PSL, and Najeeb from the SMG Formerly the Socialist Forum of Ghana (SFG) the Socialist Movement of Ghana (SMG), has been at the forefront of the struggle for socialism and democracy in Ghana and throughout Africa. The SFG was founded in 1993 by only four members during dictatorial rule. Its mission was to advance in public discourse the cause of socialism and pan-Africanism, as well as the legacy of Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah — Ghana’s first prime minister, whose socialist project was cut short less than a decade after independence by a CIA-backed military coup. Ghana was the first African nation to win its independence from European imperialism in 1957 and has been in the forefront...
Ghana

Consequences of being Cecil John Rhodes

NOVANEWS UCT Rhodes must Fall Sanya Osha In confronting the historical spectre of Rhodes the youth of South Africa have revisited in a bold and vehement manner the unfinished business of deracialisation and decolonisation.  They are holding the post-apartheid state accountable. The issue now is, how is 350 years of exclusion and dispossession decisively addressed? Against the background of the Rhodes Must Fall campaign, the University of Cape Town (UCT) must now contemplate the various meanings and shades of decolonisation which has been unfolding all over Africa for several decades. Decolonisation is a word the UCT establishment seems to fear or abhor beginning with the debates Mahmood Mamdani instigated concerning the Africanisation of the curricula ...