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Periodical articleCastillo Hidalgo, Daniel and Wl, Moussa (2018)
See this documentLes dockers dakarois. L'organisation du travail dans un port ouest-africain, 1910-1990s
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 52 #2. p. 183-203.

BookHaddad, al-Tahir (2013)
La naissance du mouvement syndical tunisien
Paris: L'Harmattan. 218p.

Periodical articleCallebert, Ralph (2012)
See this documentCleaning the wharves: pilferage, bribery, and social connections on the Durban docks in the 1950s
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 46 #1. p. 23-38.

Periodical articleCallebert, Ralph (2012)
See this documentWorking class action and informal trade on the Durban docks, 1930s - 1950s
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 38 #4. p. 847-861.

Periodical articleDavie, Grace (2007)
See this documentStrength in Numbers: The Durban Student Wages Commission, Dockworkers and the Poverty Datum Line, 1971-1973
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 33 #2. June. p. 401-420.

BookO'Laughlin, Bridget (2002)
See this documentContingent identity and socialist democracy in the port of Maputo
The Hague: Institute of Social Studies. #372. 33p.

Periodical articleHemson, David (1996)
See this documentBeyond the Frontier of Control: Trade Unionism and the Labour Market in the Durban Docks
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #30. p. 83-114.

Periodical articleLuke, David F. (1985)
See this documentDock Workers of the Port of Freetown: A Case Study of African Working-Class Ambivalence
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 19 #3. p. 547-567.

Periodical articleWaterman, Peter (1979)
The foreign impact on Lagos dockworker unionism
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 5 #8. p. 16-33.

Periodical articleWestern Province General Workers' Union (1979)
Registration, recognition and organisation: the case of the Cape Town stevedores
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 5. p. 57-75.

Periodical articleWaterman, Peter (1978)
See this documentConsciousness, Organization and Action Amongst Lagos Portworkers
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 5 #13. May-August. p. 47-62.

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