1. Transitional Compass: anti-capitalist pathways in the interstitial spaces of capitalism
Michelle Williams and Vishwas Satgar
2. New dawn or end of labour?: from South Africa’s East Rand to Ekurhuleni
Edward Webster and Thomas Englert
3. The transformative power of civil society in South Africa: an activist’s perspective on innovative forms of organizing and rights-based practices
4. Climate and food inequality: the South African Food Sovereignty Campaign response
Vishwas Satgar and Jane Cherry
5. Democracy as a transitional compass: women’s participation in South Africa and Kerala, India
6. The crisis of waged work and the option of a universal basic income grant for South Africa
7. Happiness, wellbeing and ecosocialism – a radical humanist Perspective
Michelle Williams is Professor of Sociology at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Her recent publications include Building Alternatives: The Story of India’s Oldest Worker Owner Cooperative, 2017 (co-authored with Thomas Isaac); The End of the Developmental State?, 2014; Marxisms in the 21st Century: Crisis, Critique, and Struggle, 2013 (ed. with Vishwas Satgar).
Vishwas Satgar is Associate Professor of International Relations, editor of the Democratic Marxism series and the principal investigator for the Emancipatory Futures Studies in the Anthropocene project at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. He has published widely on South African politics, global political economy, and the ecological issues. He chairs the board of the Cooperative and Policy Alternative Centre and is a co-founder of the South African Food Sovereignty Campaign and the Climate Justice Charter process.