Journals

NOTE: Please note that we are in the process of re-organising the publications sections on our website and full list of publications is currently incomplete. 

2018

Von Holdt, K & Naidoo, P. (2018). Mapping movement landscapes in South Africa. Globalizations June 2018 

Webster, E. (2018). Culture and working life: Ari Sitas and the transformation of labour studies in South Africa 

Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol. 36 

2016

Capps, G. (2016). Tribal‐Landed Property: The Value of the Chieftaincy in Contemporary Africa

Journal of Agrarian Change, 16(3), 452-477.

Capps, G., & Campling, L. (2016). An Interview with Henry BernsteinJournal of Agrarian Change, 16(3), 370-389.

Cock, J. (2016) A feminist response to the food crisis in contemporary South AfricaAgenda, 30(1), 121-132.

 

Katsaura, O., & Abe, T. (2016). Mediated multinational urbanism: a Johannesburg exemplarSocial Dynamics, 42(1), 106-121.Link:

 

Lambert, R., & Webster, E. (2016). The China Price: The All-China Federation of Trade Unions and the Repressed Question of International Labour StandardsGlobalizations, 1-14.

Mnwana, S. (2016) ‘Custom’ and fractured ‘community’: mining, property disputes and law on the platinum belt, South Africa. Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, 1,2: 218-234.

Moodie, T. D. (2016). Making Mincemeat out of Mutton-Eaters: Social Origins of the NUM Decline on Platinum. Journal of Southern African Studies, 42(5), 841-856.

Webster, E., Joynt, K., & Sefalafala, T. (2016). Informalization and decent work: Labour’s challenge. Progress in Development Studies, 16(2), 203-218. 

2015

Benya, A.P. (2015). The invisible hands: women in Marikana. Review of African Political Economy, 42 (146), pp. 545 - 560.

Bowman, A. (2015) ‘Sovereignty, Risk and Biotechnology: Zambia's 2002 GM Controversy in Retrospect’. Development and Change, 46:6, pp. 1369–1391.

Bowman, A. (2015) ‘An illusion of success: The consequences of British rail privatization’. Accounting Forum, 39, pp. 51-63.

Bowman, A. & Isaacs, G. (2015) ‘The 2014 Platinum Strike: Narratives and Numbers’. Review of African Political Economy, 42:146, pp. 643-656.

Burawoy, M. (2015). Facing an unequal worldCurrent Sociology, 63 (1), pp. 5 - 34.

Capps, G. (2015). ‘Labour in the time of platinum’. Review of African Political Economy (Special Issue: White gold: new class and community struggles on the South African platinum belt, eds. G. Capps, D. Moodie and R. Bush), 42:146, pp. 497-507.

Capps, G. and Mnwana, S. (2015). ‘Claims from below: platinum and the politics of land in the Bakgatla traditional authority area’. Review of African Political Economy (Special Issue: White gold: new class and community struggles on the South African platinum belt, eds. G. Capps, D. Moodie and R. Bush), 42:146, pp. 606-624.

Chinguno, C. (2015). The unmaking and remaking of industrial relations: the case of Impala Platinum and the 2012-2013 platinum strike waveReview of African Political Economy, 42 (146), pp. 577 - 590.

Forrest, K.A. (2015). Rustenburg's labour recruitment regime: shifts and new meaningsReview of African Political Economy, 42 (146), pp. 508 - 525.

Malabela, M. (2015). Members of members: the ANC's Manzini branch in MpumalangaTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa, 87(1), 135-150.

Mnwana, S. (2015). Mining and ‘community’ struggles on the platinum belt: A case of Sefikile village in the North West Province, South Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society, 2: 500–508.

Mnwana, S. 2015. Democracy, development and chieftaincy along South Africa’s ‘Platinum Highway’: Some emerging issues. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 33, 4: 510-529. 

Moodie, T.D. (2015). "Igneous" means fire from below: the tumultuous history of the National Union of Mineworkers on the South African platinum minesReview of African Political Economy, 42 (146), pp. 561 - 576.

Moodie, T.D. (2015). Getting the gold out of the ground: Social constraints on technical capacity in South African deep-level mining. Journal of Historical Sociology, 28 (4), pp. 572 - 594.

Mukwedeya, T. (2015). The enemy within:  factionalism in ANC local structures - the case of Buffalo City (East London)Transformation, 87 pp. 117 - 134.

 

Webster, E. (2015), ‘The shifting boundaries of industrial relations: Insights from South Africa’. International Labour Review, Vol. 154, No. 1. 

 

Webster, E., Budlender, D. & Orkin, M. (2015), ‘Developing a diagnostic tool and policy instrument for the progressive realisation of decent work’. International Labour Review, Vol.154, No 2. 

 

Williams, G., Davies, S. & Chinguno, C. (2015). Subcontracting and labour standards: reassessing the potential of international framework agreements. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 53 (2), pp. 181 - 203.

2014

Von Holdt, K. (2014). On Violent Democracy. The Sociological Review. 62-S2, pp. 129-151

Von Holdt, K. (2014). Critical engagement in fields of power: Cycles of sociological activism in post-apartheid South Africa Violent. Current Sociology Monograph. Vol 62:2, pp. 181-196

2013

Kally Forrest (2014). Rusternburg's Fractured Recruitment Regime: Who Benefits? The Sociological Review. 62-S2, pp. 129-151

Von Holdt, K. (2014). Critical engagement in fields of power: Cycles of sociological activism in post-apartheid South Africa Violent. Current Sociology Monograph. Vol 62:2, pp. 181-196

Von Holdt, K. (2013). South Africa: The Transition to Violent Democracy. The Review of African Political Economy. Vol 40: 138, pp. 589-604

Von Holdt, K. (2013). South Africa: The Transition to Violent Democracy. The Review of African Political Economy. Vol 40: 138, pp. 589-604

Von Holdt, K. (2013). The violence of orders, orders of violence: Between Fanon and Bourdieu. Current Sociology . Vol 61: 112

2012

Von Holdt, K, Smith, M & Molaba, M (2012). Towards the clinician-led management team: a strategy for fixing hospitals? Adler Museum Bulletin.Vol 48:2, pp. 3-17

2010

Von Holdt, K (2010). Institutionalisation, strike violence and local moral orders. Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. No. 72/72, pp. 127-151

Von Holdt, K (2010). Nationalism, Bureaucracy and the Developmental State: The South African Case. South African Review of Sociology. Vol 41:1, pp. 4-27

2002

Von Holdt, K (2002). Social Movement Unionism: The Case of South Africa.Work, Unemployment and Society.Vol 16:2, pp. 283-304

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