|Bantu Investment Corporation Act, Act No 34 of 1959||
The Act was to constitute a Corporation the object of which is to promote and encourage industrial and other undertakings and to act as a development, financial and investment institution among Bantu persons in the Bantu areas, and to provide for other incidental matters
|The seven giants|
|Kelloggs workers win Union recognition|
|"Stop-orders a privilege" says Company|
|Workers spell out their grievances|
|Henkel backs down|
|VW workers down tools over retrenchments|
|Little joy at Putco|
A FOSATU report released in February shows that in general the record of foreign companies on Union recognition remains bad.
|Colgate: worker unity wins historic battle||
A number of recent disputes have highlighted the importance of organised workers supporting each other in their hour of need.
|Business, unions lock horns|
|Who owns the wealth we produce?|
|Sebe calls for liaison committee|