|Review: ANGLO - Anglo American and the rise of modern South Africa|
|Preventing methane explosions|
|Comment: clarification: trade unions and KwaZulu politics|
|Profit-sharing schemes: a look at the gold mines|
|Minimum wage settlement: another step sideways?|
|Mine struggles in the Carletonville region|
|Impala: Gencor strikes again|
|Migration and underdevelopment: interviews with migrants on SA mines|
|Chamber of Mines - policy guidelines|
|Chamber of Mines' Policy and the emerging miners' unions|
|Report on the Anglo American Corporation gold mines|
|Stop pit closures: fight for jobs|
|Who controls Noaha?|
|Massive force used to crush mine strike|
|British miners end strike|
|Working on the mines is no picnic!||
During the first six months of this year, more than 100 000 miners have taken strike action over wages, bad and unsafe working conditions and the harassment of shaft stewards.
|CWIU climbs back at Sasol||
Ever since the agreement with Sasol in March this year, the Chemical Workers Industrial Union has been working hard to rebuild and strengthen organisation at the Sasol plants and Sasol mines.
|British coal strike enters fifth month||
As Britain's coal reserves begin to dwindle, the strike by hundreds of thousands of coal miners has begun to swing in their favour and victory could be on the horizon.
|Coal not dole!: an exclusive interview with a British miner||
We reckon there are about 130 production workers in regularly. This would mean about 1 500 to 2 000 per week is being produced, compared to a normal production of about 15 000 to 20 000 tons.
|Fighting Talk Volume 15 Number 5 June 1961||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats in Southern Africa