Labour history Group (1984), “Organising at the Cape Town Docks”

24 juin 2020 | SAASHA
This 1984 text, Organising at the Cape Town Docks, is notable for its discussion of the revolutionary syndicalist Industrial Workers of Africa in Cape Town from the late 1910s, and its links to the rise of the massive Industrial and Commercial Workers Union of Africa (ICU). The ICU was (...)
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Labour History Group, 1984, “Abasebenzi Basedokisini Ekapa” (Xhosa translation of “Organising at the Cape Town Docks”)
Ulrich, 2004, “Remembering and Learning from the Past : The 1976 Uprising and the African Working Class” (Zabalaza)
Ulrich, 2004, “1976 uprising : The beginning of a new era” (AIDC Alternatives)
A. Lerumo, 1971, “Kadalie of the ICU” – ‘African Communist’ no. 44
Shawn Hattingh, 2007, “BHP Billiton and SAB : Outward Capital Movement and the International. Expansion of South African Corporate (...)
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