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1917-2017: The Russian Revolution and its Relevance Today

Date Released : 17/10/2017

Oupa Lehulere and Lucien van der Walt delivered the last Labour Studies seminar for 2017 entitled 1917-2017: The Russian Revolution and its Relevance Today on the 17th October 2017

Women Workers' Politics, Race and Consumption in South Africa: Shelved in the Service Economy

Date Released : 09/10/2017

Bridget Kenny delivered a seminar entitled Women Workers' Politics, Race and Consumption in South Africa: Shelved in the Service Economy on the 9th October 2017

Baphi oMzala? — An African Marxist Perspective on the 'National Question' in South Africa

Date Released : 27/09/2017

Percy Ngoyama delivered a seminar entitled Baphi oMzala? — An African Marxist Perspective on the 'National Question' in South Africa on the 27th September 2017 ...

Starving amidst Plenty: Survey Evidence on Child Stunting in South Africa

Date Released : 13/09/2017

Dr Michael Rogan delivered a seminar entitled “Starving amidst Plenty: Survey Evidence on Child Stunting in South Africa” on the 13th September 2017

The Spirit of Marikana: The Rise of Insurgent Unionism in South Africa

Date Released : 23/08/2017

A book launch was held for Luke Sinwell and Siphiwe Mbatha’s "The Spirit of Marikana: The Rise of Insurgent Unionism in South Africa"

The Crisis in the ANC and the Struggle against Corruption

Date Released : 17/05/2017

Oupa Lehulere delivered a seminar entitled “The Crisis in the ANC and the Struggle against Corruption” on the 17th May 2017

The Unresolved National Question in South Africa: Left Thought under Apartheid

Date Released : 03/05/2017

A book launch was held for Eddie Webster and Karin Pampallis’s "The Unresolved National Question in South Africa: Left Thought under Apartheid" on 3rd May 2017

Is South Africa at a Turning Point?

Date Released : 29/03/2017

Eddie Cottle delivered a seminar entitled “Is South Africa at a turning point” as part of the Labour Studies Seminar Series.

Book Launch: Solidarity Road: The story of a trade union in the ending of apartheid by Jan Theron

Date Released : 08/03/2017

A book launch was held for Jan Theron’s "Solidarity Road: The story of a trade union in the ending of apartheid" on 8th March 2017

Contesting the Racist Public Sphere: “New Africa” and the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union versus the State in South Africa, 1918-1938

Date Released : 01/03/2017

Henry Mitchell delivered a seminar entitled Contesting the Racist Public Sphere: “New Africa” and the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union versus the State in South Africa, 1918-1938

Findings from the National Minimum Wage Research Initiative

Date Released : 22/02/2017

Gilad Isaacs delivered a seminar entitled Findings from the National Minimum Wage Research Initiative on 22 February 2017

Wage determination and employment in South Africa: the case of the clothing industry

Date Released : 20/09/2016

Professors Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings presented their paper entitled Wage determination and employment in South Africa: the case of the clothing industry on 20 September 2016

Graduates and the Labour Market: the cases of two Eastern Cape universities

Date Released : 07/09/2016

Dr Michael Rogan and Mr Kanyiso Ntikinca presented on “Graduates and the Labour Market: the case of two Eastern Cape universities”

Caught in the grip of the market: past and present of rural wage workers in South Africa

Date Released : 24/08/2016

Dr Nicolas Pons-Vignon presented his paper titled Caught in the grip of the market: past and present of rural wage workers in South Africa on 24 August 2016

How Useful is “Settler-Colonialism” as Concept and Guide to Liberation Struggles?

Date Released : 25/05/2016

Prof Ran Greenstein presented his paper entitled How Useful is “Settler-Colonialism” as Concept and Guide to Liberation Struggles? on 25 May 2016

Double book launch: Capitalism’s Crises: Class Struggles in South Africa and the World and COSATU in Crisis: The Fragmentation of an African Trade Union Federation

Date Released : 18/05/2016

A double book launch was held for Vishwas Satgar's

After Zuma: A Workers' Party for South Africa

Date Released : 04/05/2016

Mr Leroy Maisiri presented his paper entitled After Zuma: A Workers’ Party for South Africa on 4 May 2016

What would you do with 1.8 trillion? The Private Affairs of the Public Investment Corporation

Date Released : 06/04/2016

Prof Fred Hendricks presented his paper entitled What Would You Do with R1.8 trillion? The Private Affairs of the Public Investment Corporation on 6 April 2016

Launch: "The New Black Middle Class In South Africa"

Date Released : 16/03/2016

The Labour Studies Seminar Series partners, together the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, launched The New Black Middle Class in South Africa by Roger Southall the 16 March 2016

Found in Translation: Understanding South Africa's Union Power

Date Released : 02/03/2016

Prof Andrew Lawrence presented his paper entitled Found in Translation: Understanding South Africa's Union Power on 2 March 2016

Against Apartheid, For Civil Rights: Dockworkers and Social Justice Movements in Durban & San Francisco

Date Released : 24/02/2016

Prof Peter Cole presented his paper entitled Against Apartheid, For Civil Rights: Dockworkers and Social Justice Movements in Durban & San Francisco on 24 February 2016

Launch of Ndivhuwo: Journal for Intellectual Engagement

Date Released : 17/02/2016

Mzwanele Mayekiso launched his journal, Ndivhuwo: Journal for Intellectual Engagement, on 17 February 2016

Harold Wolpe Colloquium

Date Released : 11/11/2015

The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at Rhodes University, which includes the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU), hosted a Harold Wolpe Colloquium in Grahamstown on 22-24 September 2015

The working poor in South Africa

Date Released : 29/09/2015

Drs Michael Rogan and John Reynolds of the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU) have undertaken ground-breaking work on the plight of South Africa’s working poor

Second Neil Aggett Labour Studies Lecture

Date Released : 21/09/2015

The Second Neil Aggett Labour Studies Lecture was delivered by Prof Edward Webster on 21 September 2015 at Rhodes University

Vuyisile Mini Winter School 2015

Date Released : 28/07/2015

The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at Rhodes University, which includes the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU), hosted its Vuyisile Mini Winter School 2015 in Grahamstown on 15-18 July 2015

LMIP briefing of Minister of Higher Education and Training

Date Released : 28/07/2015

On 31 March 2015, Dr Michael Rogan of the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU) participated in a high-level briefing workshop with the Minister of Higher Education and Training (DHET), Dr Blade Nzimande

Launch of labour studies seminar series

Date Released : 28/07/2015

March 2015 saw the launch of a new inter-departmental Labour Studies Seminar Series at Rhodes University.

NALSU brings Prof Eddie Webster to the Eastern Cape

Date Released : 28/07/2015

The Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU), which is located in the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at Rhodes University, brought Prof Eddie Webster to the Eastern Cape in October 2014

Rhodes University honours Neil Aggett

Date Released : 12/05/2014

A month has passed since Rhodes University launched its Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU)

Rhodes University honours Dr Neil Aggett

Date Released : 29/11/2013

Rhodes University will formally name its new labour market research unit the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit