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The Politics of Solidarity: Privatisation, Precarious Work and Labour in South Africa
by Carmen Ludwig
Campus Verlag, 2019
Paper: 978-3-593-51047-7 | eISBN: 978-3-593-44102-3
Library of Congress Classification HD8801.C37 2019

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Politics of Solidarity explores the transformation of public services in post-apartheid South Africa and the effects of privatization in three cities: Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni, and Cape Town. Drawing on extensive qualitative fieldwork, Carmen Ludwig sheds light on local conflicts on the provision of public services and on trade union strategies that cope with rising public-private partnerships. In the face of persistent social inequality and the rise of precarious work, Ludwig asks how trade unions can create solidarity in fragmented workforces and bridge the gap between permanent workers and those on the margins in the workplace and society. Politics of Solidarity offers insights into the changing world of municipal work, the struggles of precarious workers and more broadly, on the labor dynamics of contemporary South Africa.
 

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