Tag Archives: migrant labour

6 Apr|Migrant workers in the South African hospitality sector: A consultative training workshop on organising strategies and tools

There are 1,2 million migrant workers in South Africa, representing 4% of the labour market, The majority of these are from the region and are employed in precarious and low incomes sectors such as domestic work, agriculture and construction (Statistics South Africa 2012).

SWOP: Manhood, Mining and Migrancy

SWOP Breakfast Seminars Date: 17 October 2014 Time: 07h30 – 09h00 Venue: Senate Room, 2nd Floor, Senate House, Braamfontein East Campus, Wits You are warmly invited to the next Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Africa breakfast seminar, featuring Professor Dunbar Moodie (SWOP Honorary Research Associate) who will be delivering a presentation entitled Manhood, Mining and … Continue reading SWOP: Manhood, Mining and Migrancy