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Saving the White voters from being ‘utterly swamped’

men in charge of the new mines established a pattern of work practices which was to shape South Africa’s mining industry, and much of its economy, in the twentieth century. The mines themselves became dominated by just a few well-capitalised large companies, which agreed among themselves the basics of their labour policies. Skilled and supervisory work were reserved for Whites; unskilled and heavy

in Equal subjects, unequal rights