Africa

    • Deputy president Strike Thokoane guides his AZAPO party on the path to a radically new South Africa (Courtesy AZAPO)
    • Members of AZAPO have participated in anti-government protests across South Africa in recent years. (Courtesy AZAPO)
    • AZAPO frequently supports protests by striking workers and against capitalism. (Courtesy AZAPO)
    • AZAPO members sing protest songs at a recent meeting in Johannesburg (Courtesy AZAPO)
    • An anti-apartheid protester killed by the earlier white supremacist government graces a poster at an AZAPO rally held in his honor. (Courtesy AZAPO)
    • Older AZAPO members wear shirts honoring a deceased party supporter in Johannesburg (Courtesy AZAPO).

    Party Wants to Give South Africa a New Name

    Darren Taylor

    Published February 19, 2014

    The second in a series of five reports by Darren Taylor on fringe political parties gearing up for the May 7 South African elections.


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