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Capital Labour In South Africa

Author: Du_Toit,
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136135065
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Published in the year 1981, Capital & Labour In South Africa is a valuable contrubution to the field of Social Science.

The Emergence Of Modern South Africa

Author: David Yudelman
Publisher: New Africa Books
ISBN: 9780864860170
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The Emergence of Modern South Africa views economic conflict, specifically the interaction of the state, big business, and labor, as the central issue in the development of South Africa. Yudelman focuses on the labor-management conflict in the country's gold fields in the early decades of this century, a time and place critical to the development of the state. At that time government walked a tightrope between supporting big business (to ensure economic growth) and appeasing the workers (to remain in power). Yudelman demonstrates how a symbiotic alliance between the mining companies and the state successfully subjugated the workers, and points out that this unique relationship continues to this day, dominating every aspect of life in South Africa. David Yudelman's historical analysis and lengthy epilogue on the 1970s and 1980s shed light on today's economic unrest and those conflicts to come. His book also shows how the South African case provides early and important insights into the development of the state-business symbiosis in industrial societies everywhere.

Asbestos Blues

Author: Jock McCulloch
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781919930121
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Since the 1930s, growing evidence of the health risks and the more recent discovery of the connection between asbestos and cancer became a major environmental and occupational health issues in the Western world.

Capital And Labour On The Kimberley Diamond Fields 1871 1890

Author: Robert Vicat Turrell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521333542
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Based on new documentary sources, this history of diamond mining in Kimberley is a major study of South Africa's mineral revolution and the formation of De Beers Consolidated Mines, one of the most successful African mining companies.

What Does South Africa S Pattern Of Trade Say About Its Labor Markets

Author: Mr. Arvind Subramanian
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1451998503
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This paper examines the factor intensity of South Africa''s trade. The conclusion is that South Africa is revealed though its trade pattern to be capital abundant (relative to labor). Surprisingly, this result holds especially for South Africa''s trade with its high income partners, which should presumably have been more capital-rich than South Africa. Moreover, this revealed capital intensity of South African production was not reversed during the 1990s after the dismantling of apartheid. This favoring of capital use, against the background of high and rising under-utilization of the country''s labor resources, raises questions about the functioning of South Africa''s labor market institutions.

Struggle For The City

Author: Frederick Cooper
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc
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The essays in this volume explore the interaction between migrant African labour and the cities in which they worked. These urban structures are viewed as attempts by the state and capital to control not only the worker's time, but space as well -- and by extension -- the worker's life. The compounds that enclosed diamond mine workers, or the pass systems that limit where workers may move are researched. The efforts to resist, or at least gain information by workers are documented, as are the relationships of migrants to their often rural kinsmen. Detailed research on specific topics in 19th and 20th century history deal with a number of African countries while taking a fresh critical look at the goals of those in power, the contradictions