From Volume 6, Issue 30 of EIR Online, Published July 24, 2007
Africa News Digest

LaRouche Youth in South Africa Seek To Develop the Continent

This July, one of the first major gatherings of the newly formed South African LaRouche Youth Movement, took place near Johannesburg. The audience consisted of 20 members. A segment of older participants has been reading Lyndon LaRouche's writings since the early 1990s. In March of this year, however, stimulated by the emergence of the international LYM, a small group of youth began distributing material at the local universities and then contacted the LYM War Room in the United States, affirming itself as the South African LYM....

For the complete article, written by LYM authors Charlene Pillay and Simon Jensen, see this week's InDepth.

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