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Apartheid Archives Project
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Apartheid Archives Project
The collection contains the documents relating to the activities of the Southern African Centre for Survivors of Torture and concentrates on the Zimbabwe Torture Victims/Survivors Project run by this organisation.
Southern African Centre for Survivors of Torture (SACST)
The collection consists of papers and publications related to Labour, The National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC), Corporate Social Investment (CSI), Corporate Social Responsibility CSR), Worker Strikes, Unions, Coal Mining in South Africa, Mine Worker Accidents, Safety and Rights and Minutes of Sociology-TAG Steering Committee Meetings.
Sociology of Work Unit (SWOP)
National Industrial Council for the Iron, Steel, Engineering and Metallurgical Industry (NICIEMI)
The collection contains documents of the (French) Ministry of Water and Forest, principally pertaining to Albert François de Stappens, King's Councillor and Minister of Waters and Forests. In addition to the official documents on land disputes, surveying, road work and forestry, there are household accounts of Madame de Stappens for wine, dresses, jewellery, furniture, hats and meat. Also included are documents of the various estates, including the Seigneuries of Corbinaut and Herlies (Beaufremez family), the Marquisat of Roubaix (d'Essart family), as well as a 14th century document of the d'Ays family. Subjects are leases, sales of land, conditions of vassals and tenant farmers, estate expenses, land disputes and appointment of bailiffs.
The Logbooks of the New Kleinfontein Company contain statistics o the mining, milling, cyanide and assay departments, steaming stations and surface haulage. Also returns of unskilled labour and drilling returns for Black and Chinese workers, European time register, 1917-1923, further records of cost of machine drilling and breaking rock 1908, and the distribution of manager's cash, 1905.
Race relations and conditions of black, coloured and Indian peoples.
Black healthA.B. XumaBlack educationR.V. Selope-ThomasBlack wagesS.P.M MqubuliBlack trade wivesJ.D.R Rheinallt-JonesBlack juvenile delinquencyMr W.G. BallingerRace relationsAfrican Laundry Workers UnionLandAfrican Commercial vs DistributiveColoured in the CapeWorkers UnionIndian Health serviceBank Welfare TrustCrime in the Witwatersrand and PretoriaDr J. SimonsBus boycottsNative Mine Wages Commission
The collection of James Charles Napoleon Humphreys, a Consulting Engineer and Director of Companies, contains company reports, notices to shareholders, articles in mining journals, press clippings, correspondence and photographs relating to the mining of gold, coal, metals, minerals and precious jewels in South Africa, Bechuanaland, Nyasaland, Rhodesia and East Africa.
Subject matter includes metallurgy, geology, mineralogy, mining law and legislation, labour and the recruiting of Black labour, mining history, personalities and Rand Pioneers and mining groups, covering the years 1926-1967.
This content list can be cross-referenced with an Alphabetical list of headings and an Alphabetical list of file names, as well as an Index to plans, which are available as hardcopy inventories at Historical Papers.
James Charles Humphreys