Title first published in 2003. In recognition of the power of
organised labour, the ANC Government elected in 1994 granted South
Africa's unions unprecedented legal and constitutional rights.
Despite these gains, the country's unions have faced a fresh set of
challenges, many of them emanating from their political allies in
Government. From Parliament to the factory floor, South Africa's
unions are now confronted with threats as dangerous as those they
confronted when organising illegally in the heyday of apartheid.
The purpose of this book is to examine how South African unions
have responded and how well prepared they are to meet the
challenges that confront them in the new millennium.
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