A beautifully written piece on the Lonmin massacre by Chris Rodrigues.
'Senzeni na?' is the name of a very mournful struggle song in South Africa that means 'What have we done?'
During 1955-1965 the volume of mail posted in Canada more than doubled. The number of postal workers did not - instead, the bosses forced workers to double their speed, work extra hours without overtime pay, and often forced to work over twelve hours a day. In order to keep up such a gruelling work rate – supervisors subjected workers to constant threats, bullying, and harassment.
A short piece in the Evening Standard yesterday mentioned a wildcat bus action in North London yesterday. This is the only place I could find any mention of it on the internet. Anyone know any thing else?