BLACK WORKERS, WHITE SUPERVISORS, the origins of the labor structure in South Africa

: Nkosi (M.)

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301pp., illus., paperback, Trenton, 2017

 

"Black Workers White Supervisors presents an empirically rich, accessible and sufficiently detailed seminal contribution to the growing literature on the economic history of South Africa. This is a uniquely fresh empirical gaze into the history of labour, race and class in South Africa’s mining industry. It is also a very timely contribution, particularly when new radical debates and imaginaries on labour and wealth distribution are being tabled by many scholars in the Global North and South." Dr Sonwabile Mnwana, Deputy Director and Senior Researcher, Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP), University of the Witwatersrand

Morley Nkosi left South Africa and went into exile in 1960. He obtained a PhD in Economics from the New School for Social Research in New York and taught at Upsala College, Hofstra University and Rutgers University. He now lives in Johannesburg and is a Managing Associate of Morley Nkosi Associates and a partner in Global Railway Africa. He was chairperson of the National Institute for Economic Policy and has served on the boards of directors of various corporations.