TRADE UNIONS

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Daily workers demonstrate in support of striking staff from Bakers

The Durban strikes of 1958, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

1973 Durban Strikes

The Durban strikes of 1973, and the subsequent formation of new trade unions, were instrumental in causing the first seams of apartheid to break apart.

Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXIII No.10 Issued 13 December 1976
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.10 Issued 18 December 1972
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.7 Issued 5 September 1972
Civil Rights News Letter, April 1961
Notes on Ngcobo
Interview with John Makhatini, conducted by Ruth Lundie
The Marquard Letters
South African Trade Unions: division under law

Throughout the world workers are organised into trade unions in their own industries and united in national trade union co-ordinating bodies. In no country but South Africa are they organized on racial, sex or color lines.

The New African: Volume 1, Number 10, October 1962
Khumalo on NGWU
Njikelana on SAAWU

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