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Energy Mix Choices and the Protection of Workers' Interests in South Africa

The recent power shortages and subsequent load shedding experienced by the country, on one hand, and the increasing recognition of the climate change problem have brought home the fact that South Africa requires a mix of all possible energy sources …

Making South Africa's Migration to Fourth Industrial Revolution Just for Workers: A Lesson from the Just Energy Transition Framework to a Low-carbon Economy

Two parallel developments are taking place in South Africa that are of key significance to workers. On the one hand are calls for a move from traditional fossil-fuel energy generation to a greener, cleaner low carbon emissions energy generation. On …

Unpacking Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs)

Globally, the empowerment of historically disadvantaged groups, economically, is not uncommon. As such preferential policies geared towards transformation have been a common feature especially towards advancement of historically disadvantaged groups…

SATRI Quarterly Research Report: May to August 2018

The first article is titled: “The 4th Industrial Revolution – How Should Organised Labour Respond?” In this article we try to unpack the 4th Industrial Revolution, especially what it means to workers in general and the mining sector. We put forward …

The Concept of a Just Transition is as Relevant to the Fourth Industrial Revolution as it is for the Move towards a Low Carbon Economy

Two parallel developments are taking place in Africa that are of key significance to workers. The first one is the concerted effort to move the national economies from depending on fossil-based energy to a clean low-carbon energy. The second is the …

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