|Interview with John Makhatini, conducted by Ruth Lundie|
|The Marquard Letters|
|South African Trade Unions: division under law||
Throughout the world workers are organised into trade unions in their own industries and united in national trade union co-ordinating bodies. In no country but South Africa are they organized on racial, sex or color lines.
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 10, October 1962|
|Khumalo on NGWU|
|Njikelana on SAAWU|
|Work In Progress Issue 28 August 1983|
|Labour action: the Allied publishing dispute|
|Trade Unionism:1 Trade Unions and the Party|
Umsebenzi, mouthpiece of the South African Communist Party, deals with issues relating to the national liberation struggle, from a Communist ideological point of view. Other ideologies such as Marxism and Socialism are also discussed.
|South African Trade Union growth, 1979-1991||
Honours thesis in Industrial Psychology submitted to the University of Cape Town by Andrew Frost.
|Chapter eleven: Black labour|
|Chapter six: Black consciousness|
|Chapter ten: Black labour|
|Whither black trade unions?|
|A stabilising force|
|A need for radical change|
|The sanctions question: Why Cosatu has supported sanctions|