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1 June 2004
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20 May 2004
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Autor/in: Mziwakhe Hlangani and SAPA, The Star [So. Africa]

Labour minister Membathisi Mdladlana has ordered that more farm inspections be conducted around Tzaneen in Limpopo following media reports of child labour in the area.

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12 May 2004
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12 May 2004
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Autor/in: Department for Trade & Industry [UK]

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9 May 2004
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Autor/in: Jonathan Watts, Observer

...in a quirk of history, China's Communist Party finds itself aiding, abetting and participating in an exploitation of workers on an unprecedented scale; it is certainly not a triumph of the labour movement.

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1 May 2004
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1 May 2004
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Autor/in: Oxfam GB, National Group on Homeworking, TUC

[refers to Napier Industries, Cracker Company, Robin Reed, Swantex (part of Swan Mill Paper Company)]

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28 April 2004
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Autor/in: Agence France Presse

Juan Somavia, director general of the UN's International Labour Organization (ILO), urged China to create decent jobs and equal opportunities for some 100 million migrant workers and a growing army of urban unemployed

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26 April 2004
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Autor/in: Abhik Kumar Chanda, AFP

South Africa's million-plus people of Indian origin complain that a controversial scheme to uplift people marginalised under apartheid is working against them. [refers to South African Broadcasting Corporation]

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20 April 2004
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Autor/in: Tim Johnson, Knight Ridder News Service

...industrial machinery will crush or sever the arms, hands and fingers of 40,000 Chinese workers this year, according to government-controlled news media.

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