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Durbans Corruptions & Disruptions






Brutus protesting against Mike Sutcliffe at Warwick Junction Early Morning Market, 2009

Our goal is to disrupt the corrupt. Dennis Brutus, who died in 2009 after living most of his last five years in Durban, would look down on our city centre from Musgrave’s western heights and pass harsh judgment on a political transition that replaced racial with class apartheid, on a sports tourism paradise replete with SA’s most extreme eco-social contradictions, and on redevelopment that further squeezes and pollutes the poors.
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Speakers

  • Iain Ewok Robinson – SA Artists Against Apartheid

  • Lubna Nadvi – UKZN Politics Lecturer

  • Gcina Makoba – Unemployed Peoples Movement, CCS Brutus Scholar

  • Roy Chetty – Durban Social Forum

  • Brij Maharj – UKZN

  • Thami Mbatha – CCS Brutus Scholar

  • Aubrey Mokoape – Black Consciousness Movement co-founder

  • Baruti Amisi – KZN Refugee Council and CCS PhD student

  • China Ngubane – Zimbabwe refugee and CCS Brutus Scholar

  • Thuli Mkhize – Qadi Nyuswa Resource Centre

  • Bheki Buthelezi – Umbumbulu Shackdwellers

  • Nkosinathi Msenti – Clairwood Shackdwellers

  • Des D’Sa – South Durban Community Environmental Alliance

  • Percy Nhau – Right to Know and CCS Visiting Scholar

  • Baphiwe Nxumalo – Diakonia

  • Orlean Naidoo – Chatsworth Westcliff Flatdwellers


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