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Cartoon depicting fears of white railway (spoorwee) workers that Smuts's South African Party (SAP) would replace with cheap black labour

Theme: White Workers! On Which Side Are You?


Call Number: D02.01.01
Identifier: SAHA_TUT_p009
Title: Cartoon depicting fears of white railway (spoorwee) workers that Smuts's South African Party (SAP) would replace with cheap black labour
Date: 1924
Subject: Jan Smuts;
Labour;
Non-racialism
Railways;
South African Party - SAP
Description: This cartoon, used in an election campaign in 1924, depicts the white railway workers' fears that Jan Smuts's South African Party (SAP) will replace them with cheap black labour. The cartoon is reproduced in black and white on page 9 of Julie Frederikse's book 'The Unbreakable Thread: non-racialism in South Africa' originally published by Ravan Press in 1990. Included in SAHA's online edition of the book and in the virtual exhibition 'Tracing the unbreakable thread: non-racialism in South Africa'.
Creator: Unknown
Type: Cartoon
Format: PDF
Source: Courtesy of Luli Callinicos
Language: Afrikaans
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Unknown
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