Causality: The Place of the Causal Principle in Modern by Mario Augusto Bunge

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Pamela Khumalo, a woman migrant worker working in South Africa’s early childhood development sector said, ‘We have to persevere. Resilience keeps us going. We have to survive against all odds and that has to do with the fact that there are no job and economic opportunities in Zimbabwe. We survive violence on the way to South Africa, because we are looking for work’ (P. Khumalo, interview, 10 October 2014). individual responses Given the poor organisation of immigrant workers, their responses to challenges in the workplace tend to be highly individualised.

On the 4th of April 2014, the Constitutional Court handed down a judgement explaining its reasons for ordering the City of Johannesburg to allow informal traders to return to their stalls in the inner city of Johannesburg. (CoRMSA, 2014: 4) The SAITF, a forum representing immigrant and local traders, was able to work with lawyers and NGOs and used the law to advance and defend the rights of traders regardless of their nationality. Oshman Mohazi, a street trader, had this to say about the eviction and unity among street traders: ‘We were united as African brothers and sisters.

In this period, Britain coordinated the movement of people to the Gulf to serve in its colonial administration and to staff Gulf militaries and security forces (Abdulhameed, 2014). These migrants were brought mainly from the UK or the Indian subcontinent, and were consciously discouraged from forming any integrative links with local Gulf communities. With the discovery of oil in the Gulf in the early twentieth century – followed by the beginnings of commercial exploitation in the post-Second World War period – these migration patterns were to shift decisively.

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