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Swart stedelike behuisingsverskaffing in Suid-Afrika, ca. 1923 - 1948: “wanneer meer minder kos” - finansiële verliese versus welsyns- en gesondheidswinste.
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2012)
Since 1923, urban local authorities in South Africa were legally obliged to provide housing to urban black workers within their areas of jurisdiction. Urban black workers were “cheap” workers, resulting in local ...