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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…

Challenges Facing Women in the Mining, Energy and Construction Sectors of South Africa: Persisting Barriers to Equity in the Workplace

The South African government took deliberate steps to encourage women’s participation in the economy by gazetting a number of progressive policies and legislation to address the challenges faced by women in the workplace. The extent to which these i…

The 4th Industrial Revolution and its Implications for Mining-dependent Countries: Insights from South Africa and Zambia

This interdisciplinary study broadly sought to determine the scope, nature of opportunities, and threats the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) presents to the mining industry in Africa. It examined these threats and opportunities along the entire m…

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 …

Mining Sector Wage Structuring: Literature Review

Wages differ significantly between industries and occupations. The results show that wage inequality persists in South Africa based on gender, race, education, industry and occupation, with education and race significantly stronger than the other fa…

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