Underground Undermined: What Really Happened In South African Mines During Apartheid
Added on December 02, 2015
Author Malesela Jeremiah Kekana
Published May 9, 2015
File Size 148.55 KB
Underground Undermined: What Really Happened In South African Mines During Apartheid 148.55 KB - Many people throughout the world know what happened in South Africa before the political transformation. They know of the many struggles fought by the different political parties that were banned; but managed to operate underground from both within and outside the country.
However, few people know of the other side of Apartheid; the ill-treatment and abuse of the most important sector of black community; the workers. The workers who worked in the heavy industries of South Africa, like Agriculture, Mining, Domestic and many more other workplaces that help put this country where it is today economically.
There were a lot of hair-raising racial incidents that happened in most industries then; especially in the mining industry where I worked for the better part of my working career. I am talking about incidents that happened to me personally; incidents that happened to those next to me and true stories of my colleagues that I interacted with on a daily basis. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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