POVERTY

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World Poverty
Nation of 50 Million Paupers
Economic Policy, Growth and Equity: How to Stop Causing Poverty
Research in the Black Township of Mpophomeni: Is There Hope?
Images of Poverty
Great so Far! But Not Yet Great Enough
Famine
Korsten slum scenes

Photograph showing Korsten slums

New Age Vol.3 No.3357 Jun. 1957
New Age Vol.2 No.7 Dec. 1955
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

The Liberal Party replies
Johannesburg vignettes No 2: The wheelbarrow
Concerning peasants
Children of the storm
Letter from Witvoet Mapapu to Priscilla Hall requesting for assistance to access his pension money

Letter from Witvoet Mapapu of Glanmore to Priscilla Hall of Black sash requesting for assistance in getting his pension money from the Ciskei government

Letter from N. Botlani and Z. Peter addressed to Dr Viljoen, Minister of Cooperation and Development

Letter from N. Botlani and Z. Peter, representing Glenmore Removal Group to Dr.

Letter from Witvoet Mapapu to Priscilla Hall requesting for assistance to access his pension money

Letter from Witvoet Mapapu from Glenmore resettlement camp to Priscilla Hall requesting for assistance to enable him to get his pension money from the government

Letter from Ben Maclennan to Priscilla Hall relating to inadequate food rations at Glenmore township

Letter from Ben Maclennan to Priscilla hall relating to the inadequate supply of food rations to the resettled Glenmore township dwellers

South African Labour Bulletin Volume 12 Number 3 May/June 1987

South African Labour Bulletin is a refereed journal which supports the democratic labour movement in South Africa. It is a forum for analysing, debating and recording the aims and activities of this movement.

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