The latest issue (Oct 2019) of Die Werker
Inside this issue:
Onslaught on the working class.
Transnamib will not listen.
The Workers Advice Centre (WAC) was instructed by Namibian workers to conduct three foundational investigations. It summarises the most Demonstrative facts of the semi- colonial dilemmas and atrocities.
Unresolved contradictions come to bite again.
Namibia Fishermen United Association to: working class organisations, the judges of Namibia – petition.
Electronic voting system proven a national scam.
Greetings to the SWANU on its 60th anniversary.
latest issue of Die Werker
In this issue:
The discrimination against the San continues unabated.
Organisation and program in place of hopelessness – Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party launched in South Africa
Message from the WRP to the SRWP.
Birth of the United Seafarer’s Association.
The Committee of Parents petition the United Nations High Commission for Refugees for accounting on the atrocities committed against Namibian refugees.
Where have all the trains gone?
TSUMEB: The Endobo Hostel fraud.
Workers Advice Centre pledges to join SAFTU in the giant federation’s fight against the organised criminality of the First National Bank.
TCL miners resume their struggle for their stolen pensions.
In this issue:
Is there hope for the poor?
Health Minister dismissed.
South Africa – A crucial debate ensues.
International Inquiry into the mass murders of SWAPO resumes.
Out now! The latest issue of Namibia’s Proletarian Newsletter.
In this edition:
NUMSA & United Front