PDF: (Zulu) Yini i-Anarcho-Syndicalism? (Freedom # 5, ca. 2000, Durban)

Graphic (Zulu, syndicalism)From Freedom: Zabalaza Books Bulletin, number 5, Durban (Zabalaza Books).  Zulu translation of George Woodcock’s “What is Anarcho-syndicalism” (1943, from his book Railroads & Society, 1943).  English text online here. At the time Woodcock wrote the text, he was an active anarchist; later disillusioned, he wrote a number of key academic texts on the subject, including the well-known (if controversial) G. Woodcock, 1975, Anarchism: a history of libertarian ideas and movements ( Penguin, revised ed.)

Freedom 5 (Durban, ZB, ca 2000)_Page_1
                                     Get the PDF of Freedom #5 here

About Lucien van der Walt

I teach at Rhodes University, the Eastern Cape. I’m 10th generation South African, born and bred. I have long been involved in union education, and have a background in social movement and left-wing activism, the Workers’ Library and Museum, the Anti-Privatisation Forum, and the National Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU). I’ve presented or published 450+ papers, including conferences and workshops, co-edited 4 journal specials (on global and African labour history, and the left), and produced five books. Southern Africa editor for the 2009 'International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest' (Blackwell). I won the 2008 international ‘Labor History’ PhD thesis prize, and the 2008/2009 Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) award for best African dissertation, for my thesis on South African anarchism, syndicalism and black militants. I have also done research in Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.