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Grassroots Volume 3 Number 6 August 1982

A non-profit community newsletter.

Grassroots Volume 5 Number 3 April 1984

A non-profit community newsletter.

Grassroots Volume 6 Number 3 April 1985

A non-profit community newsletter.

Grassroots Augustl 1980

A non-profit community newsletter.

Cricket triumph for TCB
An indepth look into what makes boycotts work
Sport part of education struggle
Grassroots August 1981

A non-profit community newsletter.

The road to democratic SRC
Grassroots Volume 4 Number 3 April 1983

A non-profit community newsletter.

Fight for nonracial sport
Grassroots Volume 2 Number 2 April 1981

A non-profit community newsletter.

Grassroots April 1980

A non-profit community newsletter.

Boycott wins wage increase
Lamontville turns into a battlefield
Bus boycott turns into a horror story
The education strike
We will not ride!

More than 60 000 workers living near Richards Bay and Empangeni have been boycotting Empangeni buses since January 14 in protest against the company's poor service.

Boycott - FOSATU and other unions put their muscle behind a country-wide consumer boycott

FOSATU together with the Food and Canning Workers Union, the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union, the General Workers Union, the Cape Town Municipal Workers Association and the National Union of Mineworkers have decided to put their weight behind a national consumer boycott in protest at

Henkel boycott called

The Chemical Workers Industrial Union (CWIU) has called for a boycott of all products manufactured by the Henkel company.

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