Sunday, April 12, 2009

Zabalaza No. 10 Now Available Online

The Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front (ZACF) is pleased to announce that issue number 10 of our organ Zabalaza: A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism is now available online.

In this issue:

Southern Africa

  • Editorial by Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front (ZACF)
  • Unite Against the Minority, Then Unite Against the Majority? (Zambia) by Malele D. Phirii, Zambia
  • The Jacob Zuma Cargo Cult and the “Implosion” of Alliance Politics (South Africa) by Michael Schmidt (ZACF)
  • A Bitter Taste to the Sugarcane (Swaziland) by Michael Schmidt (ZACF)
  • Four Tools for Community Control – Part I: “Mutual Aid” (Southern Africa) by Stefanie Knoll (ZACF)
  • Zimbabwe’s Party-Political Stitch-Up - How the Zanu-PF/MDC Deal Ignored Civil Society by Jonathan P. (ZACF)


  • The Anarchist Movement in North Africa: 1877 - 1951 by Michael Schmidt (ZACF) & Lucien van der Walt
  • Socialists and Gaullists Haunted by the Ghosts of Genocide (Rwanda) by Guillaume Davranche (Alternative Libertaire), France


  • Jalan Journal: A New Asian Anarchist Voice is Born with introduction by Michael Schmidt (ZACF)
  • 30th Congress of the National Confederation of Labour (France) by CNT-F
  • Hamas, the Left and Liberation in Palestine by Sevinc (Workers’ Solidarity Movement), Ireland
  • Interview with Ilan Shalif from Anarchists Against the Wall - Israel/Palestine
  • A Hot Winter in Greece by Stefanie Knoll (ZACF)
  • Something Smells Different in Cuba by Movimiento Libertario Cubano, with introduction by Michael Schmidt (ZACF)
  • Imperialism, China and Russia by Pier Francesco Zarcone (Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici), Italy
  • Against Political Terror in Russia, We Mobilise! by the Internatioal Secretary, Alternative Libertaire, France/ Belgium
  • Change We Need: An Anarchist Perspective on the 2008 US Election by North-Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists (NEFAC), USA, with introduction by Michael Schmidt (ZACF)


  • Tangled Threads of Revolution: Reflections on Anarchist Communists: A Question of Class by James Pendlebury (ZACF)

The .pdf version of the journal can be downloaded here

The texts will appear online soon

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