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Author: Rebecca Davis
Publication date: March 2019
Who will listen to this feisty little woman with the grey ponytail and caftan?  Greg Arde spoke to Fatima Meer, once a shining light in the fight against apartheid, now a thorn in the side of...
Author: Greg Ardé
Author: Marianne Thamm
Publication date: 11 March 2019
Statement Issued By GCIS: Briefing on the Case of Robert McBride - 21 May 1998 https://www.sahistory.org.za/sites/default/files/library-resources/officialdocs/1998_briefing-case-r-mcbride.htm home...
Author: Joel Netshitenzhe
Publication date: 21 May 1998
Author: Alda Romão Saúte Saíde
Publication date: 9 April 2014
Publisher: Unisa Press
The Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union (HARWU) was a South African trade union whose short but intense history was shaped by many forces, both in the general context of the political struggle to end...
Author: Allan Horwitz
Publication date: June 2018
New introduction to thesis 2019 by David Hemson Hemson, David (1979) Class consciousness and migrant workers: dock workers of Durban. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. This thesis is the product...
Author: David Hemson
Publication date: August 1979
George Peake was a bricklayer, a resistance leader, a capable trade unionist and a socialist. He had links throughout Southern Africa and an understanding of the social linkages between struggles...
Author: David Hemson
Publication date: 25 February 2019
Inside one of the British concentration camps. Photographical Collection Anglo-Boer War Museum, Bloemfontein SA
One of the Boer concentration camps. Photographical Collection Anglo-Boer War Museum, Bloemfontein SA Image source More than a century after 48 000 people died in concentration camps in what’s...
Author: Fransjohan Pretorius
Publication date: February 18, 2019

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