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Daily workers demonstrate in support of striking staff from Bakers

The Durban strikes of 1958, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXI No.2 Issued 27 February 1974
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Interview with Lebamang J Sebidi, conducted by George Mukuka
Letter from Carolyn M Long to Phyllis Naidoo

Within the past year the newspapers and other media have given increasing attention to the extreme injustices inflicted upon the non-white population of the Republic of South Africa, by means of the "apartheid” system imposed on the 22 million black, coloured and Asian peoples of that country by

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