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South African anarchists analyse developments in Zimbabwe in the struggle for freedom. How did ZANU-PF defeat the popular mobilisations of the past decade. How did the MDC which was built by unions, students and township fighters, became a moderate party so that direct action - which had turned the tide against Mugabe - was now on the backburner and all efforts were to be concentrated on elections?
The collectives we are members of are among the founding collectives of the ZACF. Some of them, like ZB, originated as underground collectives a decade ago in the twilight of apartheid.
The Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation (ZACF) is an organisation of revolutionaries from the southern regions of Africa who identify with the communist tradition within Anarchism. The federation is organised around the principles of theoretical and tactical unity, collective responsibility and federalism. Our activities include study and theoretical development, anarchist agitation and propaganda, and participation within the class struggle.
The anarchist movement has a long tradition of fighting imperialism. This reaches back into the 1860s, and continues to the present day.
Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation (ZACF) announced that it has been restructured on a more deliberately platformist basis. The restructuring was precipitated by recent membership losses and the need for a clearer focus as an organisation with a set of unitary objectives.
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