Lucien van der Walt, 2001, “Reverse the Drive to Privatise: Fighting Neo-liberalism in South African Higher Education”

Lucien van der Walt, 2001, Reverse the Drive to Privatise: Fighting Neo-liberalism in South African Higher Education, Zabalaza Books, Durban, Johannesburg.  Introducing the text: This was a long pamphlet from an anarchist/ syndicalist perspective that located the post-apartheid neo-liberal reforms and attacks on workers in state universities in South Africa within a larger context: the neo-liberal … Continue reading Lucien van der Walt, 2001, “Reverse the Drive to Privatise: Fighting Neo-liberalism in South African Higher Education”

[RESEARCH REPORT] van der Walt, Bolsmann, Johnson and Martin, 2002, “The Outsourced University: A Survey of the Rise of Support Service Outsourcing in Public Sector Higher Education in South Africa…”, SWOP Research Report 11

Lucien van der Walt, Chris Bolsmann, Bernadette Johnson and Lindsey Martin, 2002, The Outsourced University: A Survey of the Rise of Support Service Outsourcing in Public Sector Higher Education in South Africa, and its effects on workers and trade unions, 1994-2001, Sociology of Work Unit (SWOP, now  Society, Work and Development Institute), University of the … Continue reading [RESEARCH REPORT] van der Walt, Bolsmann, Johnson and Martin, 2002, “The Outsourced University: A Survey of the Rise of Support Service Outsourcing in Public Sector Higher Education in South Africa…”, SWOP Research Report 11

[SHORT] Bolsmann, Johnson, Martin and van der Walt, 2002, “The Effects of Support Service Outsourcing on Workers and Trade Unions in Public Universities in South Africa”

Chris Bolsmann, Bernadette Johnson, Lindsey Martin and Lucien van der Walt, 2002, "The Effects of Support Service Outsourcing on Workers and Trade Unions in Public Universities in South Africa," South African Labour Bulletin, volume 26, number 3, pp. 59-61. PDF of this article HERE

[SHORT] Lucien van der Walt, 2020, “Understanding South Africa’s Incomplete Liberation: An Anarchist/ Syndicalist Analysis”

Lucien van der Walt, 2020, "Understanding South Africa’s Incomplete Liberation: An Anarchist/ Syndicalist Analysis," ASR/ Anarcho-Syndicalist Review, number 80, pp. 11-16.  PDF of this article HERE, text below   UNDERSTANDING SOUTH AFRICA'S INCOMPLETE LIBERATION: AN ANARCHIST/SYNDICALIST ANALYSIS BY LUCIEN VAN DER WALT Input at Makhanda, South Africa, one-day workshop: "An Alternative for a World in … Continue reading [SHORT] Lucien van der Walt, 2020, “Understanding South Africa’s Incomplete Liberation: An Anarchist/ Syndicalist Analysis”

[JOURNAL]: Maisiri, Nyalungu, van der Walt, 2020, “Anarchist/ Syndicalist and Independent Marxist Intersections in Post-apartheid Struggles, South Africa: The WSF/ ZACF current in Gauteng, 1990s-2010s”

Leroy Maisiri, Phillip Nyalungu and Lucien van der Walt (2020), "Anarchist/ Syndicalist and Independent Marxist Intersections in Post-apartheid Struggles, South Africa: The WSF/ ZACF current in Gauteng, 1990s-2010s," Globalizations, volume 17, number 5, pp. 797-819. Part of a special issue on "Pluriversality, Convergence, and Hybridity in the Global Left," edited by Alex Prichard and Owen … Continue reading [JOURNAL]: Maisiri, Nyalungu, van der Walt, 2020, “Anarchist/ Syndicalist and Independent Marxist Intersections in Post-apartheid Struggles, South Africa: The WSF/ ZACF current in Gauteng, 1990s-2010s”

VIDEO: Lucien van der Walt, 26 May 2020, “Critically Assessing Social Programmes to Mitigate COVID-19: Long march to rebuilding bottom-up, working class-led change in South Africa,” SAFTU Workers’ Conversations

Lucien van der Walt, 26 May 2020, "Critically Assessing Social Programmes to Mitigate COVID-19: Long march to rebuilding bottom-up, working class-led change in South Africa," #SAFTUWorkersConversations series on "Coronavirus and the Working Class," South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU), online. In conversation with SAFTU's Zwelinzima Vavi, Mametlwe Sebei and others, NALSU director, Professor Lucien … Continue reading VIDEO: Lucien van der Walt, 26 May 2020, “Critically Assessing Social Programmes to Mitigate COVID-19: Long march to rebuilding bottom-up, working class-led change in South Africa,” SAFTU Workers’ Conversations

[JOURNAL]: Lucien van der Walt, 2019, “Aspects de l’histoire de l’anarchisme et du syndicalisme révolutionnaire en Afrique du Sud, des années 1880 aux années 1920”

Lucien van der Walt, 2019, "Aspects de l’histoire de l’anarchisme et du syndicalisme révolutionnaire en Afrique du Sud, des années 1880 aux années 1920," Actuel Marx, 2019/2 (no 66), pp. 44-63. Get the PDF of print version here

[REFERENCE]: Lucien van der Walt, 2009, “Thibedi, T.W. (1888-1960),” International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest`

Lucien van der Walt, 2009, "Thibedi, T.W. (1888-1960)," International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell, New York, online edition. Get the PDF of print version here

[REFERENCE]: Lucien van der Walt, 2009, “Sigamoney, Bernard L.E. (1888-1963),” International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest

Lucien van der Walt, 2009, "Sigamoney, Bernard L.E. (1888-1963)," International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell, New York, p. 3034. Get the PDF of print version here

[REFERENCE]: Lucien van der Walt, 2009,”Gomas, Johnny (1901-1979),” International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest

Lucien van der Walt, 2009,"Gomas, Johnny (1901-1979)," International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell, New York, pp. 1414-1415. Get the PDF of print version here

[REFERENCE]: Lucien van der Walt, 2009, “Fisher, Percy, 1891-1922,” International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest

Lucien van der Walt, 2009, "Fisher, Percy, 1891-1922," International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell, New York, online edition. Get the PDF of print version here

[REFERENCE]: Lucien van der Walt, 2009, “Dunbar, Andrew (1879-1964),” International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell

Lucien van der Walt, 2009, "Dunbar, Andrew (1879-1964)," International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell, New York, pp. 1028-1029. Get the PDF of print version here