A seminar entitled “Fault Lines and Seismic Events: Violence and Rustenburg’s social context” will be presented by Professor Andries Bezuidenhout. It will be jointly hosted by the History and IOLS programme, School of Social Science.
Publications on the mining industry include:
Bezuidenhout, Andries and Sakhela Buhlungu. (2012, forthcoming.) ‘Shifting Boundaries of Exclusion and Citizenship: Geographies of Power in South African Mine Compounds.’ In: Tina Uys and Sujata Patel (eds.) Exclusion, Social Capital and Citizenship: Contested Transitions in South Africa and India. Uttar Pradesh. Orient Blackswan.
Bezuidenhout, Andries & Sakhela Buhlungu. 2011. ‘From Compounded to Fragmented Labour: Mineworkers and the Demise of Compounds in South Africa.’ Antipode, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 237-263.
Buhlungu, Sakhela & Andries Bezuidenhout. 2008. ‘Union Solidarity under Stress: The case of the National Union of Mineworkers in South Africa.’ Labor Studies Journal, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 262-287.
Bezuidenhout, Andries. 2008. ‘Black Economic Empowerment and Externalisation in the South African Mining Industry.’ In Kristina Bentley and Adam Habib. Racial Redress and Citizenship in South Africa. Pretoria: HSRC Press.
Buhlungu, Sakhela & Andries Bezuidenhout. 2007. ‘Old Victories, New Struggles: The State of the National Union of Mineworkers.’ In: Sakhela Buhlungu, John Daniel, Jessica Lutchman and Roger Southall (eds.) State of the Nation, 2006-2007. Pretoria: HSRC Press.
Kenny, Bridget & Andries Bezuidenhout. 1999. ‘Contracting, Complexity and Control: An Overview of the Changing Nature of Subcontracting in the South African Mining Industry.’ Journal of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, vol. 99 no. 4, pp. 185-191.