Dr Kwame Nkrumah

Lack of class consciousness legacy of opportunism during liberation struggle

Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro One cannot agree less or more with the recent article in The Namibian by the Legal Head of the Affirmative Repositioning, Matjituavi Kavetu, headlined “Workers Lose when Unionists Dine with Capitalists.” Because he touches on what is supposed to be a fundamental issue regarding socio-economic radical transformation in Namibia, which cannot take place without the requisite class consciousness. First and foremost among workers. More pertinently among the unions and/or trade unionists. But class consciousness cannot be for its own sake. This is only if we as Namibians perceive of a Second Phase of the Revolution. Meaning what Namibia…
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