South African Communist Party

6 July 2021 On Sunday, 4 July 2021 the South African Communist Party (SACP) lost one of its outstanding stalwarts and longest serving member from the mid-1940s, comrade Norman Levy (91), a recipient of the SACP’s Moses Kotane Award conferred on him by the 3rd Special National Congress of the Party in 2015 in recognition of his selfless service and absolute dedication to the SACP and the working-class struggle for liberation and socialism. The SACP sends its message of heartfelt condolences to his twin brother, Leon Levy, an outstanding comrade in his own right, the founding President of the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), and to the entire Levy family.    In memory of comrade Norman Levy, peace-loving South Africans need to unite behind the national imperative of defending our democracy and expanding and deepening it to its full development. To achieve this aim, we also need to…

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SACP mourns its long-standing stalwart, Norman Levy, an outstanding leader of the struggle for liberation and complete social emancipation