Le paradoxe sud-africain : les conditions de travail depuis la fin de l'apartheid

Pons-Vignon, Nicolas and Anseeuw, Ward (2007) Le paradoxe sud-africain : les conditions de travail depuis la fin de l'apartheid. Politique africaine, 106 (2). pp. 149-164. ISSN 0244-7827

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Abstract

Without question, South Africa has made significant progress since the end of apartheid and the adoption of a very progressive constitution and legislation, protecting civil, economic, and social rights. Nevertheless, based on a detailed description and analysis of the evolution of the working conditions within three sectors (mining, forestry, and agriculture), this article shows a marked increase in the precariousness of the workers’ statuses and situations. The paradox is striking with regard to the high expectations associated with the transition and it reflects the difficult restructuring of South African society.

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