Dossier 53 discusses the land question in South Africa, looking at the role of white farmers who have long benefited from the labour of exploited Black farmworkers.
Ernest Wamba-dia-Wamba Bazunini (1942-2020) was a Congolese intellectual and revolutionary whose life was devoted to thinking of a popular emancipatory politics in both theory and practice. He was insistent that no emancipatory political project could see the light of day in the absence of a popular democratic movement.
This dossier offers a sparkling introduction to Fanon’s life and work, stressing the contemporary political traction of his radical humanism, and noting that his work carries an ‘irrepressible openness to the universal’ and an axiomatic commitment to ‘recognize the open door of every consciousness’.