[Marxism] Chris Hani
pbond at mail.ngo.za
Thu Apr 11 21:39:26 MDT 2013
There's a major tribute conference for Neville's memory in early July in
Port Elizabeth; the main comrades organising it are Salim Vally and Jane
Duncan - on the cc line if you'd like to be in touch with them.
Certainly he was the single most eloquent revolutionary in South
Africa's recent history, even if his small organisation didn't get much
traction and his visions of true liberation - as well as a multi-lingual
society - have been dashed. He never stopped fighting, nor did he become
bitter and twisted as are so many others.
On 4/11/2013 5:36 AM, Andrew Pollack wrote:
> ...Alexander until his death thought Mandela and the
> ANC had been wrong to compromise with capital.
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