Labour in the South African Gold mines 1911–1969


The main theme of this book,the determination of wages,is introduced by a historical analysis of the structure of the labour market in the mines and a examination of the economics and financial stucture of the gold mining industry.The author believes that successive South African governments have used the bold mining industry as a model when planning labour policies,so that the mines’ labour strategy has exerted a profound influence on the social and economic structure of South Africa.

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H/b in nice clean boards, in a protected pictorial d/w,which has sewn-on tape edges as a further protection.Size 9×6 pp 18+218,inc,index,bibliography,various appendixes,technical drawing in text,various tables,plates,graphs and charts,page map in prelims.Note.This is a ex-library copy,hence the taped edges,plus the usual stamps and bar-codes,Ref.lable on the verso f/ep,plus a library bookplate to f/pd.Hinges strong,.binding cracked in the index.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.


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