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externalization of the contract labour system in Namibia

Rachel Akwenye

externalization of the contract labour system in Namibia

by Rachel Akwenye

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Published by Centre for Foreign Relations in Dar es Salaam .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia,
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • Contract labor -- Namibia.,
    • Apartheid -- Namibia.,
    • Namibia -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Rachel Akwenye.
      ContributionsCentre for Foreign Relations (Tanzania)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4875.N28 A48 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 43 leaves ;
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3019589M
      LC Control Number84980746

      The Ovamboland government voted against the contract system and supported the demands of the strikers. Nevertheless, they banned meetings of strikers in the tribal area. On Janu the United Nations Council for Namibia declared that the contract labor system violated the .   Eliminating the bucket system by , another Harambee goal, also failed. sewerage and roads - some on the books since - which have been gathering dust on budget shelves. The total cost of these projects is estimated at more than N$ billion. Yet only an estimated N$ million was spent on the projects in /20, while N$

      New evidence has emerged suggesting the government has paid N$11 million on top of the N$10 million it already coughed up to a local company that developed an electronic document management system. Racial and gender discrimination, the migrant labour system, the destruction of family life, vast income inequalities, and extreme violence have all formed part of South Africa's troubled past.

      Namibia - Namibia - The road to Namibia: From through the economy of Namibia stagnated overall and fell by more than 3 percent per year per capita. Five factors influenced this: six years of drought, decline in fishing yields (because of overfishing), serious worsening of import-export price ratios, the slow growth and mismanagement of the South African economy, and the impact of the. Labour System 52 Views on the Treatment Received from Employers Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Mozambique, and Swaziland acted as reservoirs for cheap contract labour (McDonald ). When the apartheid government ended in , it was noted that there was an increase in migration.


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Externalization of the contract labour system in Namibia by Rachel Akwenye Download PDF EPUB FB2

The contract labour system in Namibia was a colonial invention and needs to be explored in the context of colonial historiography. Many scholars have written on the contract labour system in Namibia.

However, while there is a general understanding of the system, the Kavango as a supplier of contract labour is neglected, as the historiography Author: Kletus M.

Likuwa. The contract labour system effected alot of families,the whites did not allow the workers to take the families along and some of the men went to work for where already merried and had children and they had to leave the women with the kids for al those went to work and they worked hard but they where not happy with the Reviews: 1.

Underdevelopment and Labour Migration: The Contract Labour System in Namibia Issue 1 of History research paper Issue 10 of Report (Chr. Michelsens institutt) Author: Richard Moorsom: Publisher: Namibian History Trust at the Department of History, University of Namibia, ISBN: X, Length: 90 pages: Export Citation.

A Study of the Contract Labour System in Namibia, – Kletus Muhena Likuwa. ISBN Foreword by Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie Basel Namibia Studies Ser Basler Afrika Bibliographien, August Contract labour, the labour of workers whose freedom is restricted by the terms of a contractual relation and by laws that make such arrangements permissible and enforceable.

The essence of the contract labourer’s obligation is his surrender for a specified period of the freedom to quit his work and his employer. Other stipulations cover such matters as repayment of the costs of. The origin and current laws of Namibia will be discussed further in Unit 3 of this guide, where you will learn that the Namibian legal system consists of a variety of sources of law.

Therefore, when reference is made to the term “law”, it includes both legislation, ormal written rules, and other as f legal rules applicable in Namibia.

Unit 5 Identification and conclusion of a contract of employment Identifying the contract in terms of the common law. The common law distinguishes between a contract of employment (locatio conductio operarum); work acceptance contract (or independent contractor contract, also known as the ocatio conductio l) and the operis.

THE EFFECTS OF MIGRANT LABOUR ON THE FAMILY SYSTEM SUMMARY The migrant labour practice in South Africa played an important role in the country's development and economy.

Although it has benefited many native migrant workers by creating job opportunities, it has had adverse effects on the families of migrant workers.

Namibia (Pty) Ltd as a boiler maker since 1 September until 16 March when he was dismissed from his employment on allegations that he committed acts of misconduct.

He, in terms of s 85 of the Labour Act, referred a dispute of unfair dismissal and unfair labour practice to the Labour.

Contracts entered into by State for provision of goods and services Exemptions and variations Legal assistance promoting an orderly system of free collective bargaining; Republic of Namibia 8 Annotated Statutes Labour Act 11 of Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The contract labour system and its effects on family and social life in Namibia: a historical perspective in SearchWorks catalog. (2) A labour officer to whom a matter is reported under the provisions of subsection (1) or under any other provision of the Code may, at the request of any party to the contract, refer the matter to the Labour Court, and in so doing may exercise any of the powers conferred on the labour.

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5 Sources of Namibian Labour Law –Terms and conditions of the contract –Policies and practices –Individual and collective agreements. The Labour Law (PDF 38P) This note describes the following details related Labour law: General definitions and Principles, Employment agreement, Working Conditions, Holidays and Vacations, Safety and Labour Hygiene, Labour inspection, Apprenticeship and Employment, Workers and Employers Organizations, Welfare Services to Workers, Dispute Settlement Forums, High Labour Council and.

of the people of Namibia in Chapter 11 of the Constitution; and To further a policy of labour relations conducive to economic growth, stability and productivity by - promoting an orderly system of free collective bargaining; improving wages and conditions of employment; advancing individuals who have been disadvantaged by past discriminatory.

labour matter, whether or not governed by the provisions of this Act, any other law or the common law.’10 In other words, the labour court will have jurisdiction in any matter if any law confers jurisdiction on such court. 9 Record of proceedings, p62 – 10 Labour Act, 11 ofsection (h)(i).

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