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Africa: May 2017

South Africa’s Divided Working-Class Movements

By: Marcel Paret

Description: “South Africa’s organized labor movement is now, arguably, weaker and more fragmented than at any other time in the past three decades. Disagreement over how unions should relate to the ruling party, the ANC, is central to this fragmentation.” Eighth in a series on labor relations around the world.

Volume: 116
Issue: 790
Page: 176

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