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Why there is a transport problem
We will not ride!

More than 60 000 workers living near Richards Bay and Empangeni have been boycotting Empangeni buses since January 14 in protest against the company's poor service.

Victory for SATS workers
Victory for S.A.R. workers
Victory for rail workers
Unity brings bus victory
Two year recognition battle won

The Transport and General Workers Union has finally won its two year recognition struggle with PUTCO with the signing of an agreement which will give it immediate recognition at the depots where the union has 50 per cent membership.

Turning the wheels
Truckers strike to win rights to national negotiations
Transport workers to fight for shorter hours
Transport repair shop

Black and white print 10.5 x 12.9cm fading

Transport Inquiry Commission

Memorandum submitted to the Transport Inquiry Commission

Train fares up as service worsens
Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee

Town Clerks Memorandum from Indian Affairs Advisory Sub-Committee

Tongaat and District Branch. Statement presented to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission

We thank you for the opportunity to place before you this statement from Tongaat and Districts Branch of the Natal Indian Congress....

The South African Indian problem and its solution

If the European Citizens of Natal, with their proverbial apathy, calmly acquiesce in the demands made at the election of the new Council of the Natal Indian Congress on Sunday, 21st October.....

The Newcastle Boycott
The Evaton riots
The Bus group meeting Invitation

The Bus group meeting Invitation.

The bus boycott


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