|East London Advice Office Annual Report 1975 to 1976||
East London Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing case statistics, wages, marriage birth and death certificates, housing.
|Grahamstown Advice Office Report for 1975||
Grahamstown Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing residence laws, migrant labour problem, forced removals, wage disputes, employment, unemployment, pensions and grants, families and marital problems, housing.
|The Black Sash Durban Advice Office: Report to National Conference 1976||
The Black Sash Durban Advice Office Report to National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing Case Statistics, wages, Trade Unions, worker's rights, housing, employment insurance fund, workmen's compensation act, work permits, legal assistance.
|Report on the Domestic Workers Employment Bureau Presented at National Conference 1976||
Report on the Domestic Workers Employment Bureau Presented at National Conference on 17 March 1976 discussing Conditions of Employment, wages, minimum wages, leave, travelling expenses, training centre.
|Editorial: The Strikes|
|Fattis and Monis strike||
Pamphlet issued by the Catholic Students Society at Witwatersrand University in July 1979 supporting workers from Fattis nd Monis, on strike for higher wages and better working conditions.
|Luxingile uthethathethwano ngemivuzo: luyanuka ugwayimbo kwimayini zedayimani (article in Xhosa language)|
|Coal wages accepted|
|Branches must form living wage committees|
|Mineworkers at the bottom of wages ladder|
|Put your foot down!|
|The longest strike is over|
|1988 - the year in pictures|
|Forward with the struggle for a living wage: 9 - 30 August 1987, 21 days that rocked the chamber|
|Katleho ea basebetsi ditherisanong le RPM (article written in Sotho language)|
|Workers make gains in RPM negotiations|
|Abasebenzi benze inzuzo ngothethwano e RPM (article written in Xhosa language)|
|Wage rises beat inflation - but still not a living wage|
|Management attitudes to living wage are wrong and unfair, says COSATU|