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elizabeth, straight to the native commissioner of port elizabeth. the native commissioner of port elizabeth will read the letter from the native commissioner of king william's town, letter from the white man in port elizabeth and then write another letter. take the letter from the native commissioner of port elizabeth, native commissioner of king william's town, letter from the white man in port elizabeth who's got a job for you straight to the senior labor bureau officer in charge of the influx control and the endorsement stamp. the senior labor bureau officer will read the letter from the native commissioner of port elizabeth, native commissioner of king william's town, letter from the white man in port elizabeth who's got a job for you and then take your book and re-endorse it with section 10 1a1b, the right to stay and work in a white prerescribed area while employed. listen, sizwe. once the white man puts that stamp in your book, it's done, brother. no one can undo it. forget about it. all i can do is to try and get a single train fare ticket t
i've got my book and i'm staying in port elizabeth. robert zwelinzima takes this book, he's got a job at felt & textiles. sizwe bansi picks up this one. he walk 150 miles to king william's town. you better start walking. you go to be there yesterday. - buntu. - don't bloody bullshit me. buntu. i told you they're coming back again. if they find you here, you'll be back in that crowded train. take an advice from me, friend. walk the 150 miles, there's a lot of sightseeing in that. buntu. you get a bloody lot, man. go join your wife. she's there in king william's town out of job. your children are out of school. - buntu. - join them. the whole sizwe bansi family is on leave for life. that's what the bloody white men want. sit down with your ass in the ciskeian border, cough your lungs out. that's the way to king william's town, man. - walk. - buntu. i said get out of my house. - buntu. - what? what about my wife, nowetu? buntu? what has your wife got to do with this? her loving husband is dead, buntu. so she's going to marry a better man.
and now if you work in port elizabeth on one of those container crates you are making a hell of a lot of money. what was it that did it? the union. people organized the unions. that is what changed it. if employers had to raise -- let's forget about long shore workers from an end to say, if the employers had to raise the wages of undocumented people to the average wage the, the average working class wage in the united states got people's wages would double, but it would cost employers a lot. if you total up the number of undocumented people and the number of hours in the year and what the differences it would add up to about $80 billion a year. so it's no wonder that employers don't want people to have unions and don't like it when they try and get organized. but, and good workers are fighters. it was not long ago when janitors said done in the streets of cities across the united states and wanted the right to have their union. senator workers have gone on strike in factories and office buildings and laundries and hotels and fields. some unions in this country are growing. generally s
. >> elizabeth brprann in washington, thanks. >> a port in texas gives texas a green light to immediately enforce new abortion restrictions. this comes after a federal judge called the law unconstitutional. the panel's decision means one-third of the abortion clinics in that state will not be able to perform the procedures. the ruling will remain in place until the court can run a pulling hearing next year. >> lawmakers hear from cia security officers for the first time later this month. they were among the first to respond when they were attacking. they will have closed door sessions november 11th. >> interesting stories. president obama's campaign considered dropping vice president joe biden from the 2012 ticket. his potential replacement then secretary of state hillary clinton. the bombshell details were revealed in the new book of the 2012 campaign. it is called double down game change 2013. the focus group sessions were held and polling was also done in late 2011 but they dropped the idea because aids determined there would be no significant political boost. it is all about politics.
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