|How our workers committee helped us|
|Highest wage in FOSATU|
|Has South Africa gone fascist?|
|Grassroots Volume 5 Number 3 April 1984||
A non-profit community newsletter.
|Grahamstown Advice Office Report for 1975||
Grahamstown Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing residence laws, migrant labour problem, forced removals, wage disputes, employment, unemployment, pensions and grants, families and marital problems, housing.
|Good news Venda civil servants!!!|
|Frame blames low wages on blacks' poor productivity|
|FOSATU salutes workers of the East Rand||
The workers at Salcast, Hendler and Hendler (H and H), Bisonboard Colgate, Langeberg, Kellog's Plant protection, Reef Chemical and Telephone Manufacturers of SA (Temsa) all downed tools during July and August.
|Forward with the struggle for a living wage: 9 - 30 August 1987, 21 days that rocked the chamber|
|Fire in the mine|
|Fighting Talk Volume 15 Number 8 September 1961||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats in Southern Africa
|Fattis and Monis strike||
Pamphlet issued by the Catholic Students Society at Witwatersrand University in July 1979 supporting workers from Fattis nd Monis, on strike for higher wages and better working conditions.
|Facts 2: Covering The Wages Commissions: how they started||
Fact sheet giving information about the origin, purpose and activities of the Wages Commissions which had been established on the five campuses affiliated to the National Union of South African Students.
Some pages of this article may be illegible due to the quality of the original.
|Equal pay for equal work in French West Africa|
|Editorial: The Strikes|
|Editorial: Student and Worker|
|East London Advice Office Annual Report 1975 to 1976||
East London Advice Office Annual Report to National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing case statistics, wages, marriage birth and death certificates, housing.