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This pamphlet, titled "Workers of South Africa! Unite and fight for a living wage!" was produced by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) in comic style and addresses issues such as unemployment benefits, job-security, education and training, housing and maternity leave. Date unknown. This pamphlet was digitised by the South African History Archive (SAHA) in 2011. SAHA virtual exhibition - 'Hlanganani Basebenzi: Commemorating South Africa's Labour Movement'

This May Day pamphlet titled 'Organise! Resist! Fight for a living wage!' was produced by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) in commemoration of May Day 1987. Included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

This pamphlet, titled 'Mass Action' was produced by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). Date unknown. SAHA virtual exhibition - 'Hlanganani Basebenzi: Commemorating South Africa's Labour Movement'

Page one of the newsletter CWIU Flame No. 13, June 1988 protests against the new Labour Bill in an article 'No! Workers take action to defend their rights'. This page is included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

This Labour News issue no. 6 was edited by Ginge Payne and published by the SRC. The article 'The Act that caused all the trouble' on page three of the newsletter is included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

Attached to a covering note from the South African Congress of Trade Unions Canadian Office are profiles of the following people involved in the Solidarity Mission with Southern Africa: Fiona Bishop, April Bourgeois, Barb Byers, Walter Eberle, Don Ferren, Kevin Flaherty, Garnet Lee, Louise McKinney, Bill Robb and Susan Stout. Some of these profiles are included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

This pamphlet titled 'The sweets no-one can eat - Wilson Rowntree Sweets' was produced by the Wilson Rowntree Workers' Support Committee, circa 1981 in support of the boycott against the sweets company. Included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

This pamphlet titled 'The Wilson Rowntree Boycott in perspective' was produced by the Wilson Rowntree Workers' Support Committee in the Transvaal, circa 1982. Page eleven of this pamphlet is included in SAHA physical and online exhibitions titled 'Hlanganani Basebenzi - commemorating South Africa's labour movement'

United Democratic Front pledges support for striking mine workers as they strike for a living wage.

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