To what extend did the 1922 strike achieve success both in the long and short terms?
By 1921 capitalist were experiencing major problems. Costs had risen and the price of gold had come down. This was due to the social, economic and political conditions in the country, industrial unrest and severe disturbances in the mining industry. Mines had been closed at several periods during the Anglo-Boer War, which lasted from 1899 until 1902. In the mining industry, a colour bar had developed - only whites could perform supervisory or skilled jobs. After the Anglo-Boer war many unskilled white men that returned from the war unemployed. Later on, the gold price plunged and it was pr…
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