|Family Life, Poverty and Crime in the Black Urban Townships: Memorandum for Urban Foundation Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference 1978||
Family Life, Poverty and Crime in the Black Urban Townships- Memorandum for Urban Foundation Paper Presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 16 March 1978 discussing family life in townships, population statistics, child pregnancy, female headed families, migrant labour, pass laws, pover
|Letter from Priscilla Hall to Peter Van Zijl OF Espin and Espin, regarding pension cases for six Glenmore residents||
Letter from Priscilla Hall to Peter van Zijl regarding pension cases for six Glenmore residents
|Pension fund changes demanded by PWAWU|
|Metal Pension Fund Board made more representative|
|Thousands strike in Richards Bay|
|CG Smith provident fund||
In 1981 during a wave of strikes which virtually paralysed the Natal sugar industry and quickly spread to other industries, thousands upon thousands of workers resigned from company pension schemes.
|Pension - workers must be allowed to speak|
|Pension money needed by workers||
Workers at Volkswagen in Uitenhage have been working short-time since October 1982. Increasingly they have found it difficult to meet their living costs.
|Workers should control Metal Pension Fund - says MAWU||
The Metal and Allied Workers Union is pushing for worker control of the multi-million Rand metal industries' pension fund.
|Old age ordeal if you`re black|
|Pension parity possible overnight|
|Soshanguve: preliminary paper: paper presented at National Conference 1984||
Soshanguve: preliminary paper: paper presented at National Conference on 17 March 1984 discussing administration and control of Soshanguve, who may live there, legislation, housing, employment, pensions, case histories.
|Workers in the state sector|
|Help or hindrance|
|"Living" - every second month|
|Pensions for Africans|