“ a Marxist-Leninist party fighting for the establishment of a classless society. Our primary objective is to organise and unite the working class by raising the levels of consciousness, around the class divisions in society. We are in a struggle to overthrow the capitalist system and replace it with a democratic socialist state."
At the congress , Numsa president Andrew Chirwa stated:
“This is not a party for reform. This is a party for communists. We are serious about the revolution. We are a party for socialism and nothing else.”
SRWP spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola commented:
“We are the only ones fighting for the total destruction of capitalism.”
Can it be accidental that the SRWP have adopted the slogan, ‘Equality, work and land’ - rather reminiscent of the Bolsheviks’ ‘Peace, land and bread’.