NEWS & OPINION

ACTSA provides news and analysis to keep you updated on developments from across Southern Africa. We provide the latest news stories from the region as well as insightful analysis on politics, economics, human rights and development news.

ACTSA is looking for a new volunteer fundraising and events assistant!

If you are interested in fundraising and events and have a passion for social justice, rights, equality and development then why not apply to volunteer with the ACTSA team. ACTSA is looking for a highly organised, motivated individual with an interest in fundraising and events to support the preparation of the ACTSA annual fundraising dinner. In previous years the event …

Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition

As part of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Organising Committee ACTSA is delighted to announce that Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition will run at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 17th July – 19th August 2018. Jointly presented by the Anti-Apartheid Movement Archives in the UK, the Apartheid Museum in South Africa and Southbank Centre the exhibition follows the life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela …

ACTSA letter on Silicosis settlement published by the Mail & Guardian

ACTSA has a letter on the Silicosis settlement published by the Mail & Guardian. In the letter our senior campaigns officer Sunit Bagree comments that ‘As many as half of the mineworkers have died without receiving compensation for their suffering. This is because the mining companies have spent 14 years fighting various legal battles. Their behavior has been nothing short …

Fighting Apartheid in Islington – Free exhibition at the Islington Museum

A free exhibition ‘Fighting Apartheid in Islington’ is running at the Islington Museum in North London from Monday 30th April to Tuesday 19th June 2018 in celebration of Mandela’s centenary of birth this year. The exhibition tells the story of Islington’s anti-apartheid movement, which was at the heart of the British movement against the apartheid government which was in power …

Angola Monitor 2018 Issue 2 available now

This issue features the latest on Lourenco’s reported crackdown on corruption as the former President’s son Jose Filimeno dos Santos is charged with fraud; Elephant populations in decline according to new study; Angola waive’s visas for 61 countries in a bid to boost tourism and more of the latest political, economic, aid and development and human rights news from Angola.

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