|Coal not dole!: an exclusive interview with a British miner||
We reckon there are about 130 production workers in regularly. This would mean about 1 500 to 2 000 per week is being produced, compared to a normal production of about 15 000 to 20 000 tons.
|Class struggles in Zambia|
|Chapter ten: Black labour|
|Chamber of Mines' Policy and the emerging miners' unions|
|Chamber of mines must negotiate||
Press statement from Albetina Sisulu about the negotiations that chamber of mines must take.
|Chamber of Mines - policy guidelines|
|CC calls for action|
|Calm, Objective - and Unnerving|
|British miners end strike|
|British coal strike enters fifth month||
As Britain's coal reserves begin to dwindle, the strike by hundreds of thousands of coal miners has begun to swing in their favour and victory could be on the horizon.
|Bolt Number 10 May1974|
|Away with slavery - let's take control|
|Asbestos in South Africa|
|Anglo is trying very hard to buy Gold Fields|
Paper arguing against the nationalisation of the gold mining industry, by Peter Robbins, prepared for an ANC seminar on Economic Policy in Harare, Zimbabwe, in April and May 1990.
|A matter of landscape||
Facts of the Rhodesian situation before Commonwealth leaders.