[PHOTO]: With comrades at the 2016 Vuyisile Mini Winter School, Eastern Cape

With comrades on the 16 July 2016, last day of the Vuyisile Mini Winter School on "Labour and Social Policy," organised by the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit, and the Institute for Social and Eocnomic Research, at Rhodes University,  Grahamstown.  

[PHOTO]: With comrades at the NUMSA-Wits graduates colloquium

With comrades at the 8 October 2016 colloquium of graduates from the National Union of Metalworkers of South Afeica (NUMSA)-University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) "Social Theory and Research" programme. This ran from 2010-2015, and will be followed by similar initiatives in 2017.  

[PHOTO + SPEECH]: Prof Lucien van der Walt at fees protests: “Free higher education, complete national liberation,” at “Rhodes” University, 19 October 2015

      Personal statement by "Rhodes" University professor Lucien van der Walt: "Rights are not given from above but won from below. Fight for free higher education as part of the struggle for change and completing the black working class national liberation struggle in South Africa. Move the struggle from individual VCs and universities … Continue reading [PHOTO + SPEECH]: Prof Lucien van der Walt at fees protests: “Free higher education, complete national liberation,” at “Rhodes” University, 19 October 2015

[PHOTO]: Lucien van der Walt, lecturer, addressing rally, in support of mass student protests at University of Witwatersrand, September 2010.

Lucien van der Walt, lecturer, addressing rally, in support of mass student protests at University of Witwatersrand, September 2010. The problem is the system.

[AUDIO]: Lucien van der Walt, 21 August 2015, “Classes, Commons, Collectivisation: Labour and the Left” (at “Class, Colonialism and the Commons: The Case of Southern Africa” colloquium: Rhodes University, South Africa). Chaired by Mazibuko Jara (United Front)

https://youtu.be/Q2PDYV2mnHY

[AUDIO]: Lucien van der Walt, 28 November 2014, “The Relevance of Makhan Singh for Labour Today,” at “Paying Living Wages: A Reality or Mirage?,” colloquium, Kenyan Human Rights Commission (KRC) Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya

AUDIO: Lucien van der Walt, 28 November 2014, "The Relevance of Makhan Singh for Labour Today," at "Paying Living Wages: A Reality or Mirage?,"  colloquium, Kenyan Human Rights Commission (KRC) Consortium, Venue: Panafric  Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 27-28 November 2014. MAKHAN SINGH was founder of the Kenyan trade unions, and influenced by the revolutionary Ghadar Party, … Continue reading [AUDIO]: Lucien van der Walt, 28 November 2014, “The Relevance of Makhan Singh for Labour Today,” at “Paying Living Wages: A Reality or Mirage?,” colloquium, Kenyan Human Rights Commission (KRC) Consortium, Nairobi, Kenya