||This is a guerrilla-cinema-style compilation of clips, constantly evolving and presented interactively by the filmmaker. With clips of local struggles in the townships of South Africa and material from the Durban Anti-Racism Conference in September 2001 and the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The film raises questions about the impact of globalisation on ordinary South Africans. It also looks at the stance taken by the ANC politicians - increasingly a part of those elite global institutions targeted by anti-globalisation activists.
Hear Thabo Mbeki on the anti-globalisation protestors, George Soros on global economic injustice and Louis Michel (Belgium's foreign minister and chair of the EU Presidency) on colonialism's brighter side! Plus see Soweto activist Trevor Ngwane taking on Soros (in Davos) across a satellite link from the World Social Forum in Porto Algre, Brazil.