By Murphy Morobe, 1987
When we speak of majority rule, we do not mean that black faces must simply
replace white faces in parliament. A democratic solution in South Africa involves
all South Africans, and in particular the working class, having control over all areas
of daily existence - from national policy to housing, from schooling to working
conditions, from transport to consumption of food. This for us is the essence of
democracy. When we say that the people shall govern, we mean at all levels and
in all spheres, and we demand that there be real, effective control on a daily basis.
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