|South African Labour Bulletin Volume 7 Number 6 and 7 April 1982||
South African Labour Bulletin is a refereed journal. The focus in this issue is Swaziland.
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.
|The widows of the reserves||
Article about hardships and poor living conditions experienced by African women living in the reserves while their husbands are forced to work in cities, mines and farms and because of the migratory labour system may not be accompanied by their wives.
|Nomads of apartheid|
|Giving up jobs for unity|
|Squatters challenge system|
|Criticism of new migrant contract continues|
|Housing for visiting families|
|Influx control makes workers` lives "intolerable"|
|High Court grants contract workers permanent rights|
|Migrant laws used against workers||
There is increasing evidence that the country's migrant labour laws are being used against workers in an attempt to curb union strength.
|Apartheid runs on Fluor power||
Only three-days after the 6 500 Sasol workers were sacked for the their role in the November stay-away, scabs were being bused in from the homelands by American multinational, Fluor Corporation.
|Botha's new "weapon"||
President P W Botha has discovered a new weapon in his attempts to combat the increasing international pressure for economic sanctions against South Africa.
|Union drive in Port Elizabeth gets 21 workers city rights|
|Tradition on trial in rural areas|
|"An injury to one ..."|
|The Aliens and Immigration Laws Amendment Bill: Paper presented at National Conference 1984||
The Aliens and Immigration Laws Amendment Bill: Paper presented at National Conference on 16 March 1984 discussing Aliens Registration Act, Aliens Act, permanent residence, South African blacks as foreigners in South Africa, homelands, migrant labour.
|The Black students' message to their beloved parents||
This circular, written by the Soweto Students Representative Council, condemns the Black education system and the conditions of migrant labourers living in hostels.
|Hostel dwellers organise for better living conditions|
|Women and Aids - the triple imperative|