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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 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
THE ROOM IS deeply silent, but robustly populated. All eyes are focused on the speaker, who is out of your line of sight. In this 1989 photograph of a trade union meeting at the University of Cape...


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