LICINISO ISSUE 18

In this issue of Liciniso, the CPS discusses the building of an offensive capacity as well as building and maintaining organisation among the ranks of oppressed peoples fighting for democracy in Swaziland. In addition this issue discuses the pledge for solidarity by the South African Communist Party (SACP) with the people of Swaziland, SNAT’s call against union bashing and their appreciation of the CPS for … Continue reading LICINISO ISSUE 18

LICINISO Weekly 9-15 January 2023

In this issue of Liciniso the CPS discusses the year of action declared by the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT). In addition the CPS discusses the problems faced by teachers in Swaziland, those being the casualisation of the teaching profession, the unbearable work loads, the unfavorable teacher to pupil ration, and the poor working conditions among other things. Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 9-15 January 2023

LICINISO Weekly 14-20 November 2022

In this issue of Liciniso, the CPS commemorates and discusses Black Wednesday, an event during November 1990 in which Mswati’s forces assaulted a massive student protest and killed 4 protesting students. The CPS goes over the struggle of the students, both why they struggled and how. In addition the CPS discusses the impact of the state on youth and students, discussing in depth societal bases … Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 14-20 November 2022

LICINISO 31 October – 6 November 2022

In this issue, the CPS reassures their position in defiance against imperialism and national oppression. Going over various protests and strikes by various workers and unions within Swaziland. The CPS ensures that their activists will be present at these protests to provide their contributions to the understanding of the struggle that the Swazi proletariat face. In addition, the party reinstates their position on the freedom … Continue reading LICINISO 31 October – 6 November 2022

LICINISO Issue 17: 30 September 2022

In this issue of Liciniso, the CPS goes over the sham elections that take place under the tinkhundla and urge the reader to boycott them. It also goes over the fact that from the very beginning in 1968 the “independence” in Swaziland has always been a sham and how liberation can fix that. The CPS also urges mass organisation for total and complete liberation from … Continue reading LICINISO Issue 17: 30 September 2022

LICINISO Weekly 3-9 October 2022

In this issue the CPS discusses the on-going protests and arrests of Swazi students. As well as the regime’s extreme reaction to the act of student protest, as well as the willingness of the students to continue protesting Mswati’s autocratic regime. The CPS also discusses the arrest and eventual release of our comrade, Kwanele Fakudze, who was arrested earlier by the regime, and eventually released … Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 3-9 October 2022

LICINISO Weekly 12-18 September 2022

In this issue, the CPS discuses the actions taken by the Swaziland Transport, Communication and Allied Workers Union (SWATCAWU) and Swazi Drivers Forum in their attempt to get justice for Swazi truck drivers in the face of poor treatment by the trucking companies. In addition the CPS discuses the high suicide rates within Swaziland, particularly among students and how that plays into the tinkhundla system. Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 12-18 September 2022

LICINISO Weekly 29 August – 4 September 2022

In this issue of Liciniso, the CPS discuses how long the people of Swaziland have lived under the oppression of the royal family, how “independence” in Swaziland has always been a sham, the conspiring of Sobhuza II with Britain and apartheid South Africa to obtain and hold power, how the Dlamini’s work with the British and white Afrikaners to become the sole “legitimate” ruling force … Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 29 August – 4 September 2022

LICINISO Weekly 22-28 August 2022

In this issue, the CPS discusses its role in the “Democracy Now” campaign. The CPS speaks of the rally in Matsapha against the tinkhundla system and speaks of the importance of self-liberation. In addition, in this issue, the CPS also discusses the revolutionary importance of women, whilst honouring the life of Ruth First. Finally the CPS asks everyone to boycott the umhlanga, a ritual used … Continue reading LICINISO Weekly 22-28 August 2022