Monday, 8 August 2011

Building Tomorrow Today

 by Steven Friedman, 1987

The twentieth century, we are told only began in Europe in 1914, when world war swept away its old, complacent rulers. The 1970s began for South African employers early on the morning of January 9, 1973, when 2 000 workers at the Coronation Brick and Tile works on the outskirts of Durban gathered at a football field and demanded a pay rise. 

Click here to download chapters two and 16 of Steven Friedman's Building Tomorrow Today (Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1987)