Joburg’s inner city clothing workers -2

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Eddie Webster and Katherine Joynt
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Johannesburg’s fashion district’s cut-make-and-trim workers are at the bottom of the pile of precarious workers. The mainly migrant workers who work in cramped rooms in run-down buildings are at the bottom of the value chain of a once vibrant clothing industry. Eddie Webster and Katherine Joynt look at why this is the case. Clothing workers in Johannesburg’s inner city work under precarious conditions of low pay and are at the lower end of the industry, write  Eddie Webster and Katherine Joynt.

 

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