I Bikisha Media Collective, eyilungu le AntiPrivatisation Forum (APF) igqugquzela umkhankayo wanumuhla ngenxa yokuthi ukweyiswa no ku thukwa ko mphakathi ngamakhansela akwamukeleki.
Masisukumeni sizabaleze, sizabalezele impilo engcono; ukohlonishwa kanye nenkululeko yangempela.Umzabalazo, hayi ezekhetho namanga awa hambisana nazo nezinhlangano ze politiki hi yo indlela eyisa enkululukweni ya nge mpela.
Phansi ngo ku xishelwa ugezi nge Eskom, phansi!
Phansi ngo ku dilizwa kwabasebenzi emisebenzini, phansi! Phambili ngo mzabalazo wenkululeko, phambili!
Phambili ngo ku Iwela impilo encono nemisebenzi, phambili!
Abasebenzi mabaphathe, hayi abazepolitiki nezihlobo zabo osomabhizinisi. Hlanginisani ezomnotho, zingani kezwi abadla izambane likapondo.
Siphelisa ukuhlupheka, phansi ngabadla izambane likapondo nabazombusazwe phansi!
NO to Evictions, Retrenchments and Cut-offs!
The Bikisha Media Collective, affiliated to the Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF), supports the march today wholeheartedly.
The continual insults and abuses of the local council cannot be tolerated anymore! We must stand up and fight: for a decent life, for dignity, for real democracy. Mass action, not elections and the lying promises of the big parties, is the way forward.
No to cut-offs! No to retrenchments!
Yes to struggle! Yes to jobs and decent life for all!
At the end of the day, the resources of Eskom must be placed under community and workers control. We must build community organisations and trade unions to replace the local government structures. We must have democratic control of the economy through our mass organisations and take the power away from the government and big business.
We must unite communities and workers.
The working class must rule, not the lying politicians and their businessmen friends.
Collectivise the economy: don’t privatise!
End poverty: down with the rich and down with the politicians! ~
Bikisha Media Collective: for revolutionary anarchism.
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