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Suxuba (full title: Suxuba : correspondance ouvrière) was a Senegalese leftwing publication. It appeared in the late 1980s. It was published by the 'Cercle des lecteurs de Suxuba'. The editor of the magazine was Abdoulaye Nguette.[1] The leader of the group behind the publication was Malick Ndiaye.

In 1991 the Cercle des lecteurs de Suxuba merged into And-Jëf/African Party for Democracy and Socialism. Prior to the foundation of AJ/PADS, the Suxuba group had taken part in the Left Pole.[2]