Contents and Contributors

CONTENTS Comment Frank Meintjies and Mi Hlatshwayo. STORY: Reminiscences of a Job Seeker, Jan Ceasar Mbele. ESSAYS and INTERVIEWS: Language and Labour in South Africa, Frank Meintjies; 'We Organize and Educate': Cultural Intellectuals within the Labour Movement, Moses Ngoasheng; Mi Hlatshwayo: Culture and Organization in the Labour Movement, A.W. Oliphant; The Living Wage Group, The Living Wage Group; The K-Team and Resistance Music, A.W. Oliphant; The Community Arts Project: Posters and the Proletariat, A.W. Oliphant; Report on Culture and Media: COSATU Congress 1989, COSATU Cultural Department; Ari Sitas: The Publication and Reception of Workers' Literature, Bruno van Dyk and Duncan Brown; Video News Services: Collective Work and the Mass Media, Frank Meintjies; Women Workers and the Struggle for Cultural Transformation, Nise Malange; Liberation Songs and Popular Culture..., Jessica Sherman; 'We Are Not Alone' The Making of a Mass Movement: 1950-1960, Lull Callinicos. POETRY: The Workers' Trail, Mi Hlatshwayo; Buya Mandela, Mandlinyoka Ntanzi; There Was a Time, Ari Sitas; A Fear, a Hope, a Dream, J. Zondi; It's You, the People, John; Ubani Omemezayo, Dumisani Zungu; Marching to John Vorster Square, Lindy 'Day by Day'; Day of Reckoning, Frank Meintjies; Ilanga Loduvuna, Mi Hlatshwayo; You; pick-and-shovel-unity-boy; Oh... You, William Mattala; CCAWUSA, Mandlinyoka Ntanzi; Fear Not Detention, Stephen Rakgosi; Let Us Not Forget, Stephen Rakgosi; Aluta Continual, Edwin 'Mapata' Tekane; Kgoeletso Ya Ho Tla Seobokeng Sa Setjhaba, Thamsanqa Phaliso; Victory is Certain, Buyisile Jonas; Jangeliswe, Alfred Qabula; Canto Fifteen: We Demand a Living Wage!, Peter Horn; Nithini na Basebenzi Ngelithala, Mandel Mvunge; Praise Poem of COSATU, Keith Gottschalk; I am Talking; Thabadiawa. INTERVIEW: Victor Shingwenyana: Theatre and the Struggle for Unity A. W. Oliphant. PLAYS: The Silent Uhuru, Rankoa Molefe; Gallows for Mr. Scariot Mpimpi, Mi Hlatshwayo and the Clairwood Trade Union and Cultural Centre; Isolate the Enemy, Victor Shingwenyana. REVIEWS: Before Dawn and Tropical Scars, Peter Horn; Comrade Moss and Cruel Beyond Belief, A.W. Oliphant; Organize and Act, Kelwyn Sole.