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Deregulation will pave the way to exploitation
Domestic workers say no to slavery
EMI: you've got to show some respect
Farm Fare workers locked-out of factory
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.

Fighting retrenchment

Retrenchment Is cAused by the free market system that places profit before people. But with organisation we can fight retrenchment.

Forward with the struggle for a living wage: 9 - 30 August 1987, 21 days that rocked the chamber
Fosatu is moving to help watchmen

FOSATU is moving to help watchmen and workers in Watch Patrol Services.

Giant German metal union tackles high unemployment by reducing working hours
GWU: cleaning up at Corobrik
Health and safety conditions in Witwatersrand foundries
Henkel backs down
Hospital strike wins big victory for workers
How Anglo rules mines
HWU hospital workers victorious!
Labour exploitation
Labour-intensive development: new questions for trade unions
Long bitter struggle at Frame has ended

The longest recognition struggle in South African labour history has come to an end. Nearly 2 000 National Union of Textile Worker members at the giant Frametex mill, the heart of the Frame complex at New Germany near Pinetown, now have the right to be represented by their union.

Master and servant


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