[TALK]: Lucien van der Walt, 2003, “University Restructuring: Whose Gain, Whose Pain, Whose Transformation?,” poster for talk to UDW’s Combined Staff Assoc.

This was a talk I gave to the independent Combined Staff Association (COMSA) at the University of Durban-Westville, Durban as part of a campaign against outsourcing. The published talk is HERE. Poster in PDF is HERE.      

[WORKSHOP]: Lucien van der Walt, 2020, “Working Class Heritage: The Creation of the Working Class and its Struggles in South Africa,” Sundays River Valley Farm Workers Forum

Workshop input: Lucien van der Walt, 2020, "Working Class Heritage: The Creation of the Working Class and its Struggles in South Africa" Heritage Day event,   Sundays River Valley Farm Workers Forum, Masizakhe Community Hall, Nomathamsanqa township, Addo, Eastern Cape, 26 September.  

[CHAPTER]: van der Walt & Moussouris (2020), “Anarcho-syndicalism and Union Education in South Africa: A Critical Evaluation of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) Tradition”

Lucien van der Walt and Mandy Moussouris (2020), “Anarcho-syndicalism and Union Education in South Africa: A Critical Evaluation of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) Tradition,” in Linda Cooper and Sheri Hamilton (eds.), Renewing Workers’ Education: Towards a Radical, Alternative Vision, HSRC Press: Cape Town, pp. 199-214. PDF of this chapter HERE  

[ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2000, “The Neo-Liberal Agenda: GEAR versus the working class,” Anti-Privatisation Monitor

Lucien van der Walt, 2000, "The Neo-Liberal Agenda: GEAR versus the working class," Anti-Privatisation Monitor, number 2, pp. 12-13. PDF HERE

[ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2000, “Wits 2001: Privatisation at Wits University,” Anti-Privatisation Monitor

Lucien van der Walt, 2000, "Wits 2001: Privatisation at Wits University," Anti-Privatisation Monitor, number 1, p. 3. PDF HERE

[ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 1992, “SAP: To Serve and Protect, to Torture and Kill”

Lucien van der Walt, 1992, "SAP: To Serve and Protect, to Torture and Kill," Revolt, number 2, pp. 18-19. Note: This was heavily reliant on reporting by the Mail and Guardian/ Weekly Mail at the time. The South African police continue to assault, torture and kill people in custody. The brutal death of Simon Mthimkulu … Continue reading [ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 1992, “SAP: To Serve and Protect, to Torture and Kill”

[REVIEW]: Lucien van der Walt, 1994, “A Place in the City: The Rand on the Eve of Apartheid, Luli Callinicos”

REVIEW: Lucien van der Walt, 1994, “A Place in the City: The Rand on the Eve of Apartheid, Luli Callinicos, 1993, Ravan Press and Maskew Miller /Longman,” Unrest, number 1, p. 24. A Place in the City: The Rand on the Eve of Apartheid. Luli Callinicos. 1993. Ravan Press and Maskew Miller /Longman. 139 pages.R40.Available at large CNAs … Continue reading [REVIEW]: Lucien van der Walt, 1994, “A Place in the City: The Rand on the Eve of Apartheid, Luli Callinicos”

[TRANSLATED]: Lucien van der Walt, 2001, “Sydafrika: Från Apartheid till Nyliberalism”

Lucien van der Walt, 2001, "Sydafrika: Från Apartheid till Nyliberalism," Fõr Ett Annat Erope, Fõr Ett Annan Varld (Stockholm), pp. 60-72. PDF HERE  

[TRANSLATED]: Lucien van der Walt, 2001, “Phansi i-GEAR phansi!,” ‘Zabalaza’

Lucien van der Walt, 2001, "Phansi i-GEAR phansi!," Zabalaza: A Journal of Southern African Revolutionary Anarchism, number 1, p. 2.   PDF HERE Mumso oke fokotse tshebediso ya tjhelete. Gear e re mmuso o sebedisa tjhelete e ngata mme e tshwanela ho fokotsa batho ba sebeletsang mmuso, hore o tle o kgone ho lefella dithoto bophelo … Continue reading [TRANSLATED]: Lucien van der Walt, 2001, “Phansi i-GEAR phansi!,” ‘Zabalaza’

[TRANSLATED]: Lucien van der Walt, 2000, “Phansi GEAR phansi!”

Lucien van der Walt, 2000, "Phansi GEAR phansi!," Anti-Privatisation Monitor, number 1, p. 13. PDF here Phansi GEAR Phansi! LUCIEN VAN DER WALT, WITS UNIVERSITY APF Mumso oke fokotse tshebediso ya tjhelete. Gear e re mmuso o sebedisa tjhelete e ngata mme e tshwanela ho fokotsa batho ba sebeletsang mmuso, hore o tle o kgone … Continue reading [TRANSLATED]: Lucien van der Walt, 2000, “Phansi GEAR phansi!”

[JOURNAL]: Lucien van der Walt, 1999, “‘The Industrial Union is the Embryo of the Socialist Commonwealth’: The International Socialist League and Revolutionary Syndicalism in South Africa, 1915-1919”

Lucien van der Walt, 1999, "'The Industrial Union is the Embryo of the Socialist Commonwealth': The International Socialist League and Revolutionary Syndicalism in South Africa, 1915-1919," Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, volume XIX, number 1, in special issue 'South African Labour and the Left', pp. 5-30. PDF HERE  

[SHORT]: Lucien van der Walt, 1997, “Brève Histoire de l’Anarchisme en Afrique du Sud”

Lucien van der Walt, 1997, "Brève Histoire de l'Anarchisme en Afrique du Sud," Le Monde Libertaire, 13-19 November 1997, number 1100, p. 5. PDF HERE

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

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”