- Social Movements Indaba (2002), ‘Historic United Social Movements Mass March to WSSD Sends Clear Message – The People Will Be heard’, Press Release (1 September)
- Salim Vally (2003), ‘The Political Economy of State Repression’, in Right to Dissent: Freedom of Expression, Assembly and Demonstration in South Africa (Johannesburg: Freedom of Expression Institute)
- Dale T. McKinley (2012), ‘A Brief History of the Anti-Privatisation Forum’ in op cit., Transition’s Child: The Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF) (Johannesburg: South African History Archives)
- Ahmed Veriava and Dale T. McKinley (2005), ‘Arresting Dissent’, in Arresting Dissent: State Repression and Post-Apartheid Social Movements (Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation)
- Why was there a rupture within progressive South African civil society in the early 2000s and what did this mean for the broader working class and poor?
- Do you think the political nature of the South Africa state change in any fundamental way after 1994? Explain your answer.
- What can present-day community organisations and social movements learn from the internal problems and challenges that led to the demise of the APF?
- In your opinion and from your own experience as an activist, why do you think the ANC-run state continues to engage in wide-scale repression and marginalisation of community organisations and their struggles?