Yesterday, 18 November, Abahlali baseMjondolo marched in Clare Estate. They marched from Foreman Road shack settlement to Councillor Bhekisane Ngcobo’s office in Asherville.
Read the press statement at www.abahlali.org
Click here for more pictures from the march.
The final show for padkos bioscope 2013 goes down on 21 November! We’ll be screening The Power of Community: How Cuba survived peak oil (94 min).
Join us on Thursday 14 November at 13.00 for the screening of Food Inc.
Join us on Thursday 07 November at 13.00 for the screening of Seeds of Freedom.
“The Food Festival” is being run at the local university campus (UKZN) between 30 October and 3 November. Please click here for the programme of outstanding events they’ve organised. Please support whatever you can!
Join us on Thursday 31 October at 13.00 for the screening of Edible City: Grow the Revolution
Join us on Thursday 17 October at 13.00 for the screening of The Economics of Happiness.
On 24 September 2013 a Heritage Day event took place at Roosboom in Ladysmith. The ward councillor and a representative from the committee of churches were amongst the speakers.
The event’s theme was, “Asinawo amagugu ngaphandle komhlaba (We do not have heritage without having land).”Read more….
Click here for pictures of from event
7 October 2013
Bandile Mdlalose, General Secretary of Abahlali bseMjondolo, has been granted bail!
6 October 2013
To: James Nxumalo, Mayor, eThekwini Municipality, Durban, South Africa Senzo
Mchunu, Premier, KwaZulu-Natal Jacob Zuma, President, Republic of South Africa
Since 2005, the ABAHLALI BASEMJONDOLO (Shack Dwellers) movement has mobilized
to fulfill the needs of a large number of inhabitants in the city of Durban
who live without access to land, housing, food, education and basic services
such as clean water, sanitation, electricity and health care.
Read the whole statement here.