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SALB Vol 38 Number 2, July/August 2014
Strikes are an exercise of workers’ power and also a strategy that workers use to demand better living and working conditions. Mfundo Mpushe talked to engineering sector workers in Uitenhage and Port Elizabeth during the recent National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) strike which was settled with a 10% increase for the next three years among other concessions.....Read more
Struggles for gender equality
Women who work in mining, especially those who go underground, work under difficult conditions in which they are sometines subjected to hard physical work. To makematters worse they face ridicule and sexual abuse from some fellow male workers write Doret Botha and Freek Cronjé...Read more
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