|How our workers committee helped us|
|Indian Opinion Vol.56 No.42 Oct 1958|
|Industrial decentralization, jobs and wages|
Produced by the "Wages Commission", Isisebenzi was a newspaper for workers in Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It was published about once a month and dealt with all matters of interest to workers, especially with their struggle for just wages and the right to organise. Isisebenzi No.
|It is time to cut profits||
Some pages of this article may be illegible due to the quality of the original.
|Katleho ea basebetsi ditherisanong le RPM (article written in Sotho language)|
|Lessons of the OK strike|
|Letter from Jen Curtis, Secretary-General, NUSWEL, to Wages and Economics Commission Chairmen||
Confidential circular letter from Jen Curtis of the National Union of Students Welfare and Social Activities Department about the aims and goals of the Wages and Economics Commission, the method in which the commission should be structured and the methods of communication that should be employed
|Letter from Paul Pretorius, NUSAS, to Local Committees, SRC Presidents||
Covering letter from Paul Pretorius, Deputy-President, NUSAS, with a working paper on the proposed establishment of a Wages Committee under the Students Representative Council, drawn up at the University of Natal, Durban.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Today is a holiday since Freedom Day was A Sunday , yesterday. Business is complaining about too many holidays. We have May Day - (Labour) coming up on Thursday. Only 3 working days in a week? They do not complain with 5 days for test cricket.
After reaching a deadlock and having to go to arbitration the FOSATU affiliate Western Province Motor Assembly Workers Union and Leyland reached a new agreement covering the Cape plants.
|Leyland - wage increase|
|Living wage campaign weak but...a strike wave!|
|Living wage strike|
|LRA/Living Wage Conference decisions and recommendations|
|Luxingile uthethathethwano ngemivuzo: luyanuka ugwayimbo kwimayini zedayimani (article in Xhosa language)|
|Management attitudes to living wage are wrong and unfair, says COSATU|
|Massive wage increase|