Management Responsibility and African Employment in South Africa: Papers Presented at CCSA Conference 13-15 January 1975 Held at the White House Conference Centre, University of Sussex, Haywards Heath, Sussex
Christian Concern for Southern Africa, 1975 - Industrial relations - 76 pages
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