|"Stuck in the middle" and scared|
|Agri-villages: one step forward or two steps back?|
|An Eastern Cape Postscript||
Article on African farm labour in the Eastern Cape, Bathurst district.
|An interview with Mr Flip Jooste (known as Oom Flip) illustrates some points made about the tot system|
|Anglo giant - crushing farmworkers|
Article on slavery at Bethal. A description of poor living conditions, forced labour, beatings, lynchings and other gruesome assaults on Blacks working on farms in Bethal.
|Cape Provincial Administration to resettle farm dwellers||
Article relating to the re-settling of farm dwellers evicted from Wolseley Estate, Kei Road by the Cape Provincial Administration's community services office
|Dependence on the "Dop": worker control on wine farms|
|Developments of Practical Strategies for Improved Worker Relationships With the Farmer|
|East Cape Agricultural Union refers to Bill||
Newspaper article relating to East Cape Agricultural Union's policy towards farm workers and farm evictions following evictions of farm dwellers on some farms in the Kei Road District
|Farm evictions: Democratic Party's policy||
Newspaper article on the Democratic Party's policy regarding farm workers and farm evictions.This was in response to an appeal by the Anglican Bishop of Grahamstown, Bishop David Russell, for the Democratic Party to outline its policy on farm workers.
|Farm labour law conference, 1993 report||
Report by the Street Law Coordinator on the Farm Labour Law Conference which discussed the consequences and meaning of the extension of Labour Legislation to Farm Workers.
|Focus on farm evictions: 1. Weenen|
|Focus on farm evictions: 2. Vryheid, Richmond, Hlobane|
|Focus on farm evictions: 3. The present framework|
|From a South African Farmer|
|Kei Road farmers sabotage meeting claims priest||
Newspaper article relating to the Kei Road Farmers Association meeting held to discuss farm dwellers' evictions.