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In this episode, we look into the Palestinian political prisoner’s hunger strike, attack on South Africa’s Shack-dweller movement and solidarity messages by activists across the globe for Julian Assange.

In March, an Amnesty International report said at least 14 civilians had been killed and another 8 injured in 2018. As of March 19, 28 airstrikes had been undertaken by the US forces, a significant escalation from the last couple of years

The attack took place as activists of the Abahlali baseKhenana were launching its newest branch in the city and celebrating their recent court victories that allowed them to inhabit the land occupation in Cato Crest

Sudan Protest

We talk to journalist Ahmed Kaballo to know more about the people’s uprising in Sudan, its demands and the future.  

Abdelkader Bensalah, the speaker of the upper house of parliament, was declared interim president following the resignation of Abdelaziz Bouteflika. The decision was greeted with massive protests as people demanded the dismantling of the entire regime

After months of protests, the army intervened with al-Bashir believed to be under house arrest. However, organizations at the forefront of the protest said they would not accept any remnants of the old regime in a new dispensation

Sudan Protests

Over the past few days, Sudan has seen the largest demonstrations since December 19. The strategy of the protesters to march to the army headquarters seems to be working as soldiers have come out to defend them against State forces.

Idriss Deby Chad

The restrictions on social media were imposed in 2018 after protests broke out over recommendations from parliament that would have enabled president Idriss Deby to stay in power till 2033

Over a thousand gathered in Johannesburg to attend the Launch Congress of the Party which seeks to build socialism in South Africa

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