Africa Must Unite tour

Chairman Omali Yeshitela and members of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) will embark on the APSP’s “Africa Must Unite” tour which is scheduled to take place in Occupied Azania (South Africa) in September 2016.

The APSP has been clear, since its founding in 1972 that revolution under the leadership of the African working class is the only solution for African people.

African Internationalism is the scientific revolutionary theory that was developed by Chairman Omali.

African internationalism is not just a theory—it is a theory of practice,

The APSP, guided under the principles of African Internationalism, is and has always been strategic on moving to build units and branches in various places in the African world.

It is the responsibility of every African and every other freedom loving person to overturning this capitalist, imperialist system that has been responsible for our oppression for over 600 years.

That responsibility must be carried out under the leadership of the African working class.

This is the ultimate goal of the African People’s Socialist Party.

The Africa Must Unite tour is one of the many strategies laid out to help spread African Internationalism and build Party units everywhere Africans are located.

One of the first stops of the tour will be Occupied Azania from September 7 to 18, 2016. The tour will take place in the cities of Johannesburg, Sebokeng and Soweto, among others.

New members and organizers of the ASI, as well as those forced who want to forward the revolution and understand the importance of African internationalism will have an opportunity to participate in a three-day intensive.

There will also be public conferences at different universities and other venues where the Chairman will speak.

The future lies in a liberated Africa

We have committed Party forces in Sebokeng and Johannesburg who are in the process of building Party units.

More and more people are applying to join the African Socialist International in occupied Azania.

This shows the impact that African Internationalism has on the young generation, who all over the world, is tired of living in these conditions.

This generation is certain that the only future is in an Africa liberated from colonial oppression.

Lately, forces from all over the country, like Soweto, Cape Town etc., have shown a huge interest in the ASI and the tour, offering their human and material resources to make the Africa Must Unite tour a success.

The new ASI recruits have developed their understanding of  African Internationalism and their role as part of the vanguard of the African working class.

This is a call to every freedom loving person in occupied Azania to be a part of this historic process to build the Africa Must Unite tour and participate in the events that will take place in September 2016.

Africans have all the skills that are needed in order to overturn this system. We need to collectivize our human and material resources and use them to benefit the African nation!

Join the Africa Must Unite tour committee, you can email us at

Forward the Revolution!

Izwe Lethu i Africa! Africa is our land!


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