Raymond Suttner video interview with Polity on NUMSA project

Raymond Suttner, Loss of trust and legitimacy result in ungovernability


Verashni Pillay, Full Marx at the NUMSA school


Raymond Suttner, Are developments in NUMSA moving towards an emancipatory project?


Raymond Suttner, Interview with Polity, addressing political expression additional to voting

Nomboniso Gasa profile interview on PowerFM with Azania Mosaka

NUMSA- a sign of things to come (Business Day editorial)


Matuma Letsoalo, Mmanaledi Mataboge, Gatvol Numsa turns off ANC tap


Raymond Suttner interview on Mandela on SABC3 (starts 12-13th minute of video)

Podcast of PowerFM radio interview with Raymond Suttner, Kay Sexwale and host Chris Vick, on disagreement with current leadership directions of the ANC


Raymond Suttner, Response to comments on my article in the Mail and Guardian of 27 September 2013

I recently published an article analysing the degeneration of the ANC led tripartite alliance. Continue reading

Raymond Suttner, The campaign against apartheid Israel and the slogan ‘kill the Jew’

Amongst the components of any serious campaign is the use of slogans.  Continue reading

Raymond Suttner: Decisions/concessions made by the Mandela-led ANC during the transition towards post-apartheid South Africa

The transcript and interview with Professor Sampie Terreblanche  (link at the end of this article) provides insights Continue reading

Nomboniso Gasa on patriarchy in history and SA today

Michael Neocosmos, ‘From Peoples’ Politics to State Politics: Aspects of National Liberation in South Africa’


An important article on the displacement of popular power and the UDF from the mid 1980s onwards. It is a chapter in Adebayo O. Olukoshi (ed), The Politics of Opposition in Contemporary Africa.  Nordic Africa Institute.  1998.

Raymond Suttner, Popular Justice in South Africa today, June 1986 (Unpublished)


Note: there are two separate links to be clicked on, one for the text and the other for the endnotes

This was a seminar paper, prepared for the University of the Witwatersrand, in June 1986, just before I was rearrested for a further 27 months. Continue reading

Creating a culture of democracy and debate: response to Ndinda and Neocosmos


Michael Neocosmos, The heritage of struggle: a dialogue with Raymond Suttner’s ancestral fidelity


Culture(s) of the African National Congress:imprint of exile experience