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n.1.Same as Chartist.
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There was a moral obligation, ANCYL argued, for the ANC, South Africa's oldest liberation movement and current ruling party, to pursue a political and economic agenda to realise the Freedom Charterist vision of South Africa as a country that belonged to all and the people shared in its wealth (ANC 1955).
The justification of the new strategic mission of economic freedom is found in two Charterist principles: sharing in the country's wealth and sharing the land by those who work it.
17) Borrowed here from the terminology of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) in South Afrika--which was also a brainchild of the revered Steve Bantu Biko and also as used by South Afrika's Pan-Afrikanist Congress (PAC), which was a breakaway party from the Afrikan National Congress (ANC), initiated by the astitute Robert Sobukwe and other colleagues, which were disappointed mainly by the ANC's charterist (this term was meant to be read as a derogatory term referring to the Freedom Charter which was signed in Kliptown, Soweto, in 1955).
The local branch of COSAS--a Charterist organization that was in line with the ideology of the ANC--was formed on 21 March 1980.
elds Farm is in Fockbury Road, Dodford, a charterist village dating back to the 19th century, which has a church, school, nursery, village hall and pub.
Whereas BC activists coming under Charterist sway in the late 1970s and early 1980s did so on the ANC's non-racial terms, joiners under Mbeki appeared to find the ANC and ANC-led government congenial places to pursue racial-nationalist agendas.
25) The National Forum was inaugurated in Pretoria in June 1983, two months before the United Democratic Front was launched, and it opposed the United Democratic Front and the Charterist view of national liberation.
Interventions by Charterist spokespersons in the 1987 annual meeting of the country's leading trade union, COSATU, were criticized along those lines, for example.
Together with trade union leaders and some remarkable amakhosi, they constituted by then the heart of the Charterist and popular-democratic movement.
the mandate of the formation of Cosas was to revive the so-called progressive movement aligned to the so-called Charterist Movement.
In their endeavors, many of the Czech refugees turn to the Charterists, the famous human rights movement of 77 for inspiration; they think that most of these dissidents are now living safely in the West.
For example, Burman and Scharf (1990: 726-730) describe the political cleavages that developed between Black Consciousness supporters and Charterists in the Youth Brigade People's Court.