History of Labour Movements in South Africa

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The struggle for a shorter workday, a demand of major political significance for the working class dates back to the ..read more
During the early 1960s, civil society was disempowered and social movements were repressed. Although the capacity for ..read more
The Sweet Food and Allied Workers Union (SFAWU) was established in 1974 with the help of the Urban Training Project ( ..read more
This publication from 1974 has been uploaded in six parts and are all avaliable for download as well. Scroll down to ..read more
SACCAWU was founded as CCAWUSA (The Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union of South Africa) in 1975, with Emma ..read more
The General Factory Workers Benefit Fund (GFWBF) was formed on 9 September 1972 by Harriet Bolton, Michael Halton ..read more
The Metal and Allied Workers Union (MAWU) was established in April 1973 in with the assistance of the General Factory ..read more
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Introduction: Background to the Strike The formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910 was a development that had ..read more
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Introduction On 9 January 1973, workers at the Coronation Brick and Tile factory, outside Durban, came out on strike. ..read more
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Before the formation of the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) in 1990, there was an existing teacher ..read more

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