By Dudley Horner
Many dismiss African managers as sell-outs and avaricious climbers willing to auction their services to the highest corporate bidder. Geoffrey Modisha argues that this view is far too simplistic.
The worsening human and trade union rights situation in Zimbabwe has attracted wide-spread international criticism. John Musonda highlights the harassment facing Zimbabwean unions from the Mugabe regime.
This is a new column intending to provide brief news items on the significant stories on workers and trade unions in Africa
By South African Labour Bulletin
The National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) ahs agreed to engage on Nepad and the African Union (AU
By I R Phimister
Introduction: By Duncan Clarke
Claire Horton, Fiona Tregenna and Thami Ngquangwana argue that poverty and inequality in South Africa can only be addressed through major changes in economic policy.
By Miriam Altman and Patricia Kumalo
A couple of days into post-communism a friend of mine said he was off to the hypnotist to stop smoking. While he was at it, he said, he might as well get the whole Communist era wiped out as well.
When students took to the streets against rape culture at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, workers joined the protests in solidarity. Amongst
Norman Mokoena, COSATU acting Regional Secretary in Mpumalanga, talks to Malcolm Ray and William Matlala.
French workers have proved that collective action is not a thing of the past in Europe. Asbjorn Wahl analyses the recent truckers strike.
Tanya van Meelis interviews Manene Samela, general secretary of SACWU.
The rural poor have not improved their lot since the birth of democracy in South Africa. Mazibuko Jara gives a litany of reasons why this thas not happened and views government's current lack of agrarian policy and land reform as a substantial failure
National Bargaining: By Carole Cooper
Reports/Articles: By Peter Lurie.
Charles Crothers and colleagues find out what company owners and managers think and do about AIDS.