|South African Labour Bulletin Volume 4 Number 4 July 1978||
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. This issue focuses on structural unemployment.
|Organising the unemployed|
|Unemployed workers on the west coast|
|South African Labour Bulletin Volume 10 Number 4 January/February 1985||
South African Labour Bulletin is a refereed journal. The focus in this issue is Management Strategies.
|Assessing the effects of disinvestment by US companies|
|Isizwe the nation: Journal of the United Democratic Front Volume 1 Number 1, 1985||
Journal of the United Democratic Front discussing: tasks of the UDF in the state of emergency, convention alliance, on discipline, unemployment and UDF and the international struggle.
|A selection of resolutions taken at the Committee Meeting of the Christian Citizenship Department of the Methodist Church of South Africa, held at Alberton on August 18, 1977||
This is a journal article containing a selection of resolutions taken at the Committee meeting of the Christian Citizenship Department of the Methodist Church of South Africa, held at Alberton on August 18, 1977.
|A place of hardships, suffering|
|Unemployment - trade unions can fight it! says FOSATU|
How many people are unemployed at the moment? Every worker knows that the only real answer to this question is that it is too many. But it is important to know just how many people are unemployed so that we know just how big the problem is.
|Fighting Talk Volume 13 number 5 July 1959||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats
|They said it ...|
|Claiming the gains of development|
|Organise or starve|
|Building the working class|
|Campaign for jobs or living benefits - NUWW|
|Jobs for all at a living wage|
|LRA/Living Wage Conference decisions and recommendations|
|Ban overtime: create 100 000 new jobs|