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Chinese labour in South Africa, 1901-1910
John Ambrose Reeves
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of th Witatersrand, 1954.
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Chinese Labour in South Africa, Race, Violence, and Global Spectacle (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) th Edition by R. Bright (Author)Format: Hardcover.
Chinese Labour in South Africa, Race, Violence, and Global Spectacle (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) th Edition, Kindle EditionPrice: $ This book explores the decision of the British Empire to import Chinese labour to southern Africa despite the already tense racial Chinese labour in South Africa in the region.
It enables a clearer understanding of racial and political developments in southern Africa during the reconstruction period and places localised issues within a wider : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
And yet, inthe British government imported o Chinese indentured labourers to work on gold mines in southern Africa.
This book explores the decision to import Chinese labour so soon after the empire had fought to secure southern Africa for the British empire and despite the already tense racial situation in the region. This book explores the decision of the British Empire to import Chinese labour to southern Africa despite the already tense racial situation in the region.
It enables a clearer understanding of racial and political developments in southern Africa during the reconstruction period and places localised issues within a wider historiography.
And yet, inthe British government imported o Chinese indentured labourers to work on gold mines in Southern Africa.
This book explores the decision to import Chinese labour so soon after the empire had fought to secure Southern Africa for the British Empire and despite the already tense racial situation in the ry: Books.
Read "Chinese Labour in South Africa, Race, Violence, and Global Spectacle" by R. Bright available from Rakuten Kobo. This book explores the decision of the British Empire to import Chinese labour to southern Africa despite the already te Brand: Chinese labour in South Africa Macmillan UK.
Cogently, informatively, and with nuance, her book examines the lasting impact that s imported Chinese labourers have had in South Africa and beyond. In the introduction, she makes a sound case for a politico-cultural analysis of Chinese indentured : Richard Aidoo.
Early Histories of China in Africa Rachel K. Bright, Chinese Labour in South Africa, – Race, Violence, and Global Spectacle, Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series (Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, ), x + pp., hardback, ISBN ; paperback, ISBN ; e-book, ISBN Author: Jeremy Martens.
Martens, Jeremy./ Chinese Labour in South Africa, Race, Violence, and Global : Journal of Southern African Studies. ; Vol. 43, No. pp Author: Jeremy Martens. A labour shortage at the gold mines on the Rand resulted in the importation of Chinese labour in This situation, in part, was the result of the Anglo-Boer War (South African War) ofthat had displaced large numbers of the indigenous population.
Extract taken from the introduction to Luli Callinicos' book 'Place in the city' We have made links to the various resources within the SAHO site and library to tell the history of Labour in South Africa.
Please click on the archive tab to view a full list of resources including links / timelines / books. Chinese South Africans (simplified Chinese: 华裔南非人; traditional Chinese: 華裔南非人) are overseas Chinese who reside in South Africa, including those whose ancestors came to South Africa in the early 20th century until Chinese immigration was banned under the Chinese Exclusion Act ofTaiwanese industrialists who arrived in the s, s and early s, and post.
Chinese labour also made a major contribution to the long-term structural transformation of the gold mining industry.
The direct association of indentured labour with the burgeoning mining industry of South Africa was significantly enlarged by the exploitation of extensive gold deposits of payable ore on the Witwatersrand in the Transvaal after Author: Peter Richardson. Buy Chinese Labour in South Africa, (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) by Bright, Rachel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Rachel Bright. According to census data, in there were over 1, Chinese women in South Africa and 1, children born in South Africa of Chinese parents. Over the next decade, these numbers doubled.
However, large-scale immigration from China was prohibited by restrictions in the Transvaal Immigration Restriction Act of and the Cape Chinese Exclusion Act of important part in the economic and political life of South Africa.
From toit reflected the experiences of migrant Chinese who left the mainland during and after centuries of isolation. This thesis therefore examines the Chinese in South Africa in the context of.
NOTES: It seems that the TUC's opposition to migrant labour was at least partially responsible for the later apartheid system in South Africa.
Protecting “white” jobs against an influx of Chinese workers led to the Mines and Works Act which formalised the colour bar in South Africa, and ultimately to the legalised racial segregation of apartheid in The Chinese Engineering and Mining Corporation, of which later U.S.
president Herbert Hoover was a director, was instrumental in supplying Chinese coolie labour to South African mines from c. to c. at the request of mine owners, who considered such labour cheaper than native African and white labour. "Chinese Slavery" in South Africa and Great Britain, The arrival of these indentured Chinese on the Rand had been preceded by vociferous debates in South Africa and Great Britain.
Both the supporters and the critics of this indenture scheme framed their arguments against the backdrop of the South African War of Author: Kevin Grant. A pervasive system of migrant labor played a fundamental part in shaping the past and present of South Africa’s economy and society and has left indelible marks on the wider region.
South Africa was long infamous for its entrenched system of racial discrimination. But it is also unique in the extent to which urbanization, industrialization, and rural transformation have been molded by Author: Peter Delius.Get this from a library!
Chinese labour in South Africa, race, violence, and global spectacle. [Rachel Bright] -- "At the beginning of the twentieth century, 'white' colonies around the world had restricted Asian migration, associated with immorality, disease, and a threat to 'white' labour.The “labour aristocracy” in the early 20th-century South Africa: An analysis beyond traditional conceptual and territorial boundaries Article (PDF Available) June with ReadsAuthor: Ercüment Çelik.