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Mathabane Mark’s Kaffir Boy will also be used to provide insights on the plight of workers in South Africa. American Association for the Advancement of Science and Physicians for Human Rights (AAAS)’s The Legacy of Apartheid provides information on the increasing effects of apartheid. It is imperative to say that apartheid is so ingrained in the South African psyche that it continues to exist in different forms.
The mine worker continues to be over-exploited by the current regime just like the over-exploitation of the black South African in the apartheid period. Furthermore, they are lowly paid and suffer due to poor working conditions. This has led to a class struggle between the rich ruling people who take shares in the ownership of the countries factors of production while leaving the poor people at their mercy. In August 2012, the mine workers at Marikana experienced a massacre which opened the eyes of the workers to the types of neo-colonization with a class struggle that made the mine workers poorer and their working conditions worse. This massacre can be correlated to the Sharpeville massacre of 1960 which was meant to drive away the effects of apartheid on the mine workers which were imposed on them by the white supremacy of the colonizers. With regards to the working conditions of the mine workers in South Africa, apartheid effects are still felt from the successive governments. The African National Congress (ANC) presents the “neo-apartheid regime with typical features of historical apartheid” such as overexploitation of workers, poor wages, poor working conditions, protects, arrests and murder of protesting workers (Clark and Worger 23). During the Marikana massacre, 69 black protesters were killed and approximately 18,000 activists arrested.
The country continues to experience unequal access to facilities and resources on the basis of racial or tribal affiliations. Although the African National Congress has led
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