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H. Frankel, Capital Inr~estmentin South Africa, pp. 79-80. 3Most of the abuses were brought to a n end after the Boer war; and the common recruitment organisation has since provided private protection against the possibility of similar forms of maltreatment devc:loping. kraals with the firm intention of returning to the mines for further periods of employment. Competing with the mines for African labour were the farms, owned for the most part by Afrikaners. Farm labour was remunerated largely in kind and through permission to dwell ('squat') on the farmer's land.

There is no doubt that many predikants are deeply embarrassed on the race issue. A motion introduced at a synod in October, 1962, demanding disciplinary action against clergy 'who do not show the necessary loyalty towards synodal decisions which lay down policy on racial matters' was not put to the gathering. =In a recent pamphlet entitled Church and Secret Organisation, Professor A. van Selms (head of the Department of Semitic Languages at the University of Pretoria) says that Broederbond members of the Church are subject to secret decisions taken before meetings.

TO W A G E OPPORTUNITIES IN MINING We must begin with a brief sketch of the way the Africans were increas:ngly attracted since the last century, mainly as unskilled labourers, into the white man's economy, until today two-thirds of the blqck races can find subsistence only by working outside the reserves (the areas in which a modified tribal system still prevails). Africans were attracted from the reserves last century - --- - - - 'Opinions ditfer about 111eproportion which could be properly described as fully detribalised.

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