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The 1991 Labour Relations Amendment Act
Statement on the Internal Security Bill

Statement issued by the South African Council of Churches (SACC) expressing discontent about the Internal Security Bill, formerly known as Promotion of State Security Bill. Includes a statement about the Prevention of Illegal Squatting Bill

Housing for control
Indian Opinion Vol.54 No.17 May 1956
Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.26 Jul 1954
Indian Opinion Vol.52 No.4 Jan 1954
What rights have workers under these laws: disciplinary labour laws in Angola
From Cape Town parliament

Some pages of this article may be illegible due to the quality of the original.

The making of the working class
Workers beware
Unions take a joint stand
FOSATU Central Committee on the amended Industrial Conciliation Act
FOSATU sets conditions for registration
Focus on Health Act
Millions of workers turned into foreigners by new Act
FOSATU denied overseas assistance
Release trade unionists
Renault steward released after four-month detention
The Industrial Conciliation Act 1981 recipe for chaos
Registration - the big test

FOSATU has made its position quite clear. We believe that the law should not divide workers by race. Workers must be allowed to join the unions of their choice.


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