Category Archives: Dissemination

The Marikana Massacre 10 Years Later

Andy Higginbottom, who was the Secretary of the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group for many years in the 1980s has asked us to help publicize this event being organised by the Marikana Solidarity Collective. Sunday 26 June 2022, 15.00 – … Continue reading

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Contribution to Decolonising Geography

This week Gavin Brown has contributed a post about the Non-Stop Picket and the forms of informal, anti-racist political education that took place on it, to the Decolonising Geography blog. Gavin concludes his contribution by stating: Although the Non-Stop Picket … Continue reading

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Interview with Zephaniah Mothopeng

What feels very current in the interview is Mothopeng’s repeated insistence that opposition to apartheid was not just about civil rights or democracy, but was fundamentally a struggle to decolonize South Africa Continue reading

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Zephania Mothopeng in London, 1989

Some time ago, we wrote about the rally organised in London in July 1989 at which Zephania Mothopeng, the President of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania spoke. Thanks to friends in the Netherlands who were previously involved with the Azania … Continue reading

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City Group’s Solidarity with Pan-Africanist Exiles in London

As part of its Heritage Month, the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania is pleased to re-connect with those who were part of the international anti-apartheid movement. Those who not only showed solidarity with the anti-apartheid struggle, but also, in … Continue reading

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The PAC in London

The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania has recently started a social media project to educate their members and supporters about the history of the movement and their contribution to the anti-apartheid struggle. As part of this work, they are also … Continue reading

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Video of “Youth Activism and Solidarity” pavement book launch

On 9 August 2019, we held a launch event for the paperback edition of our book Youth Activism and Solidarity: the Non-Stop Picket Against Apartheid. The launch took place on the pavement in front of South Africa House where the Non-Stop … Continue reading

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Viva Carol, our convenor. No one tougher, no one meaner

Carol Brickley, the Convenor of the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group throughout the 12 years of its existence, died in September. Carol was central to the formation of City Group and her revolutionary communist politics played a key role in … Continue reading

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“Youth Activism and Solidarity” now out in paperback

We are pleased to announce that our book Youth Activism and Solidarity: the Non-Stop Picket against Apartheid is now published in paperback. From April 1986 until just after Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in February 1990, supporters of the City of London … Continue reading

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