PUBLICATIONS : 2000 to DATE (Updated: Feb 2008).

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2008 

J. Theron. 2008. Informalization from above, informalization from below: Options for organization.’

J.Theron. 2008. The shift to services and triangular employment: Implications for labour market reform.’ Industrial Law Journal.  

S Godfrey, J Theron and M Visser. 2008. 'The State of Collective Bargaining in South Africa: An empirical and conceptual study of collective bargaining.' DPRU Working Paper. Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town. 

P. Benjamin and J. Theron. 2008. ‘Costing, comparing and competing: developing an approach to the benchmarking of labour market regulation. Working paper, Development Policy Research Unit.

2007 

J.Theron. 2007. ‘Who’s in and who’s out: Labour law and those excluded from its protection.’ Law, Democracy and Development, Vol 11.  

P Bamu and J Schuckmann. 2007. ‘The National Credit Act: Will it increase access to credit for small and micro enterprises?’ Law, Democracy and Development, Vol. 11.   

S Godfrey. 2007. ‘Forms of Collective Bargaining in South Africa and Prospects’. Bargaining Indicators 2007: A Collective Bargaining Omnibus. Labour Research Service: Cape Town. 

S. Godfrey and J. Theron. 2007. ‘The Expanded Public Works Programme: Lessons from 5 projects in the Western Cape, South Africa’. Bargaining Indicators 2007: A Collective Bargaining Omnibus. Labour Research Service: Cape Town. 

J.Theron, S. Godfrey and M. Visser. 2007. ‘Globalization, the impact of trade liberalization and labour law: The case of South Africa.’ International Institute for Labour Studies, Discussion paper, Geneva.  

J.Theron. 2007. ‘When will the real dialogue begin? A comment on section 10 of the ANC discussion document. In O.Edigheji (ed). ‘Rethinking South Africa’s development path: Reflections on the ANC’s policy conference discussion documents’, Centre for Policy Studies, Johannesburg.    

J.Theron. 2007. ‘Remember me, when all goes well for you.’ SA Labour Bulletin.

J. Theron. 2007. ‘Membership based organizations of the poor: The South African  tradition’, in ‘Membership based organizations of the poor’, ed.s Martha Chan, Renana Jhabvala, Ravi Kanbur and Carol Thomas. Routledges.

2006

S. Godfrey with J Maree and J Theron. 2006. ‘Regulating the Labour Market: The Role of Bargaining Councils’,. Industrial Law Journal, Vol. 27.

S. Godfrey. 2006.‘Flexibility in Bargaining Councils: The role of exemptions’, with J Maree and J Theron. Industrial Law Journal, Vol. 27.   

S.Godfrey and J Maree. 2006. ‘Can government facilitate participative workplace change? An examination of the Workplace Challenge Project in the Cape fish processing industry’,. Transformation. (Forthcoming, 2006) 

S. Godfrey. 2006. ‘Labour Relations Law ‘(5th edition), with D du Toit, D Bosch, D Woolfrey, J Rossouw, S Christie, C Cooper, G Giles and with C Bosch. Durban: LexisNexis Butterworths. (Forthcoming, 2006)

Godfrey, S. 2006. ‘Labour Market Institutions: Emerging Trends’, in Current Labour Law 2006, by H Cheadle, C Thompson, PAK Le Roux and A Van Niekerk. Durban: LexisNexis Butterworths. (Forthcoming, 2006) 

S. Godfrey with J Maree and J Theron. 2006. ‘Conditions of Employment and Small Business: Coverage, Compliance and Exemptions’,. DPRU Working Paper No. 06/106, Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town.

J. Theron.  2006. ‘The ‘casualization’ debate: The challenge for organized labour,’ in  ‘COSATU and South Africa’s triple transition: A reader.’ Ed. Neil Coleman (forthcoming) 

S. Godfrey. 2006. Creating Knowledge Networks, with G Kruss, G Klerck, and A Paterson. HSRC Press: Pretoria. 

2005

Bamu, P and Collier, D. 2005. ‘Reforming the microcredit industry in South Africa: Will the proposed National Credit Bill address existing problems and developmental concerns?’ Development and Labour Law Monographs 1/2005, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town.

J.Theron. 2005  ‘Trade Unions and the Co-operative Alternative (Part 2) South African Labour Bulletin, Volume 29 No2, 60    

J.Theron. 2005 ‘Employer or Intermediary: Labour brokers and the triangular employment relationship’ Industrial Law Journal, Volume 26, April 2005, 618-649.

J.Theron. 2005.  ‘Employment is not what it used to be: The nature and impact of the  restructuring of work in South Africa .’ In ‘Work Employment and  Society: Ten Years of Restructuring Post-Apartheid Workplaces’ Eds. E.Webster and K.Von Holdt. Scottsville, University of Kwazulu-Natal. 

A. Bezuidenhout, S. Godfrey and J Theron. 2005‘Casualisation: Can we meet it and beat it’, with, South African Labour Bulletin, Vol.30 No.1. 

S. Godfrey. 2005. ‘“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” Re-Organisation of Work and  Performance at two Fish Processing Firms’, with J Maree in ‘Beyond the Apartheid Workplace: Studies in Transition’, Eds. E Webster and K von Holdt. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.  

S.  Godfrey. 2005. ‘Power and Knowledge: The role of industry partners in knowledge-intensive  networks in new materials development technology’. Industry & Higher Education, Vol.19 No.2. 

J Theron with S.Godfrey and P Lewis. 2005. ‘The Rise of Labour Broking and its Policy Implications.’ Development and Labour Law Monographs 1/2005, Institute of  Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town. 

S. Godfrey, M Clarke, J Theron and J Greenburg. 2005. ‘On the outskirts but still in fashion: Homeworking in the South African clothing industry’, Development and Labour Law Monographs 2/2005, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town.  

2004

J.Theron. 2004. ‘Trade Unions and the Co-operative Alternative (Part 1) South African Labour Bulletin, Volume 28 No 4, 33.  

S. Godfrey. 2004. Research Report on Employment Trends and Training Provision in Greater  Cape Town, as well as Policy Developments relevant to Skills Development and Employment Creation. Cape Town: Scalabrini Development Agency, Salesian Projects Office, and Catholic Welfare and Development. 

J Theron and S. Godfrey. 2004. ‘Synthesis Report: Changing nature of work and ‘atypical’ form of employment in South Africa’, , in Current Labour Law 2004 (H Cheadle, C Thompson, PAK  Le Roux and A Van Niekerk). Durban: LexisNexis Butterworths. 

M Clarke, S. Godfrey and J Theron. 2004. Workers’ Protection: An update on the situation in South Africa. Geneva: International Labour Organisation. 

2003

S. Godfrey. 2003. ‘Efforts to Enhance Performance Participatively: The Workplace Challenge  Project in the South African Clothing Industry’, with J Maree in International Employment Relations Review, Vol.9 No.2.

J. Theron. 2003. ‘Labour Recruitment and the Services Sector: Is the Legislative Framework Adequate?’, Services SETA Research Journal.

J. Theron.  2003. ‘The Erosion of Workers’ Rights and the Presumption as to who is an Employee’. Law Democracy and Development, University of the Western Cape. 

S. Godfrey, D Lincoln, J.Theron and K Tuomi. 2003. ‘Regulation and the Sugar Product Chain in South Africa’, in Food Sector Strategy Resource Book. Johannesburg: National Labour and Economic Development Institute. 

Godfrey, S. 2003. ‘Workers Protection: An update on the situation in South Africa: A Country Study’, with M Clarke and J Theron. Report to the International Labour Organisation, Geneva.

Clarke, M. 2003. ‘South Africa’s New Labour Legislation: Extending Protection or Facilitating Segmentation’. In Leah Vosko and Jim Stanford, (eds), Challenging the Market: The Struggle to Regulate Work and Income. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 

Theron, J. 2003. ‘Employment is not what it used to be.’ Industrial Law Journal,  Vol 24 July, 1247-1282. 

2002 

Theron, J and Godfrey, S.  2002.  ‘The Labour Dispute Resolution System and the Quest for Social Justice: A Case Study on the CCMA, Unfair Dismissal and Small Business’, SA Journal of Labour Relations, Vol 26 No1, 2002. 

Maree, J and S Godfrey. 2002. The Relationship between Participation and Performance in a South African Fish Processing Enterprise in a Context of Cultural Diversity and Globalisation. D Chetty, A Chouraqui and G Széll, eds, Participation, Globalisation and Culture (Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Mein), 106-122.  

Maree, J and S Godfrey, 2002. ‘Cutting Costs and Increasing Revenue. A Case Study in Worker Participation.’ The Innes Labour Brief, 13, 5, 14-24. 

Godfrey, S and Clarke, M, 2002. ‘The Basic Conditions of Employment Act Amendments: More Questions than Answers’, Law Democracy and Development, Vol 6, 1- 26.

Godfrey, S. Clarke, M and Theron, J. 2002. “Globalisation, production and Poverty: Macro, Meo and Micro Levels. Globalisation, Democratisation and Regulation of the South African Labour Market’. Report to the Overseas Development Group, University of East Anglia for a comparative project funded by the Department of International Development, United Kingdom.

J. Theron. 2002. ‘The Erosion of Workers’ Rights and the Presumption as to Who is an Employee’, Law Democracy and Development, Vol 6, 27-56.  

M. Clarke and B. Kenny. 2002. ‘Falling out of the loop: Protecting Casual Workers in South Africa’s Retail Sector’. In LRS Report, Bargaining Indicators, LRS, Cape Town, South Africa. 

2001 

J. Theron. 2001. ‘Responding to externalisation (Part 2)’. South African Labour Bulletin, Vol. 25 No. 1 (January). 

J. Theron and S Godfrey. 2001. The CCMA and small business: The impact of the labour dispute resolution system. Development and Labour Law Monographs 2/2001, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town. 

2000 

P. Hirschsohn, S Godfrey and J Maree. 2000. ‘Industrial policy-making in the automobile and the textile and clothing sectors: Labour’s strategic ambivalence’, in Engaging the State and Business: The Labour Movement and Co-determination in Contemporary South Africa (Ed. Glenn Adler). Johannesburg: Wits University Press. 

S. Godfrey, P Hirschsohn and J Maree. 2000. ‘Where is management going? Employer strategies with regard to worker participation and workplace forums’, in Engaging the State and Business: The Labour Movement and Co-determination in Contemporary South Africa (Ed. G Adler). Johannesburg: Wits University Press. 

P. Hirschsohn,  S Godfrey and J Maree. 2000. ‘Industrial policy-making in the auto, textile and clothing sectors: labour’s strategic ambivalence’, Transformation No. 41. 

J. Theron and S Godfrey. 2000. ‘The CCMA and Small Business – The Results of a Pilot Study’, Industrial Law Journal, Vol.21 (January). 

J. Theron and S Godfrey. 2000. ‘Protecting workers on the periphery.’ Development and Labour Law Monographs 1/2000, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town. 

J. Theron. 2000. ‘Responding to externalisation (Part 1)’. South African Labour Bulletin, Vol. 24 No. 6 (December). 

S. Godfrey and D du Toit. 2000. ‘New proposals on workplace forums: Opportunity or threat?’ South African Labour Bulletin, Vol. 24 No. 6 (December). 

J. Maree and S Godfrey. 2000. ‘The contribution of employee participation to performance in a South African fish processing enterprise of world class’, in Employment relations challenges for South Africa on the journey to world-class status, Papers for the Industrial Relations Association of South Africa 2000 Conference, 11-13 October 2000.   

Unpublished research/technical/policy documents

Godfrey, S. Maree, J and Theron, J. 2005. ‘Conditions of employment and small business: coverage, compliance and exemptions’. Report for the Presidency’s Employment Promotion Programme. 

Godfrey, S. Theron, J and Maree J. 2005. ‘Bargaining Councils and Small Business: some implications for the establishment of a bargaining council in the mining sector. Report for the Chamber of Mines and National Union of Mineworkers. 

Godfrey, S. and Theron, J. 2004. ‘Synthesis Report: Changing nature of work and “atypical” forms of employment in South Africa’. Report for the Department of Labour. 

Godfrey, S. Theron, J. Lewis, P and Pienaar, M. 2004. ‘Labour broking and temporary employment services: a report on trends and policy implications of the rise of triangular employment arrangements’. Report for the Department of Labour. 

Bezuidenhout, A. Godfrey, S and Theron, J. 2004. ‘Non standard employment and its policy implications’, with J. and Modisha, M. Report for the Department of Labour. 

Godfrey, S and Maree, J. 2003. ‘The Workplace Challenge Project in the clothing sector in the Cape’. South African Sociological Association Congress, Durban 29 June – 2 July. 

Godfrey, S & Clarke, M. 2003. ‘From formal to informal: the restructuring of employment through labour broking and homeworking’ at the LexisNexis Butterworths 16th Annual Labour Law Conference, Johannesburg. 

Clarke, M, Godfrey, S  & Theron, J. 2003. ‘An overview and analysis of homeworking in the clothing industry in South Africa’. Commissioned research report from CASE and SALRI (Sactwu), funded by the Canadian IDRC. 

Theron J with Lewis P (FAFO), 2002. ‘The Services Sector Education and Training Authority: A Legislative and Policy Review’. Unpublished research report for the Services Sector Education and Training Authority, August 2002. 

Clarke, M, Godfrey, S & Theron, J. 2002. ‘Employment Standards in South Africa: A Country Study’. Commissioned research report for the International Labour Organisation (ILO).  

Theron, J & Lewis, P.2002. ‘A Legislative and Policy Review of the Services Sectoral Education and Training Authority’. Commissioned research report for the Services SETA. 

Clarke, M, Godfrey, S & Theron, J. 2002. ‘Globalisation, Production and Poverty: Macro, Meso and Micro Levels Globalisation, Democratisation and Regulation of the South African Labour Market’. Commissioned research paper, part of a comparative project funded by the UK Department for International Development.

Maree, J and Godfrey, S. 2002.  'The learning curve of participation: Lessons from South African manufacturing firms'. Paper presented at the International Sociological Association's 15th World Congress (Research Committee 10: Knowledge, Creativity and Communication: Participation as a Long Learning Process), Brisbane, Australia. 

Godfrey, S. 2002. 'The Workplace Challenge Project in the Western and Eastern Cape Clothing Sectors', National Workplace Challenge Project Researchers' Seminar hosted at UCT and sponsored by the National Productivity Institute. 

Maree, J and Godfrey, S. 2002. 'The Workplace Challenge Project in the Fishing Sector', National Workplace Challenge Project Researchers' Seminar at UCT and sponsored by the National Productivity Institute.

Theron J. 2001. Bargaining Councils and the Dispute Resolution System. Unpublished research report for the International Labour Organisation, December 2001.

Godfrey S, Mentoor E and B Sibanda. 2001. Report on Support, Capacity-building and Evaluation of the Job Creation and SMME support projects funded by the Cape Metropolitan Council in 1999/2000. Report submitted to the Economic and Social Development Directorate, Cape Metropolitan Council, April 2001.

Du Toit D, Godfrey S and Jordaan B. 2000. Workplace forums in comparative perspective. Unpublished research report for the South Africa Netherlands Project on Alternatives in Development, August 2000. 

Theron J and S Godfrey. The CCMA and small business: Report on research in the Eastern Cape region. Commissioned research report submitted to the Department of Labour, October 2000.   

Theron J and S Godfrey. The CCMA and small business: Report on research in the Gauteng region. Commissioned research report submitted to the Department of Labour, December 2000.   

Theron J and S Godfrey, with M Clarke. Protecting workers on the periphery. Commissioned research report submitted to the Department of Labour, October 2000.

Godfrey S and J Theron. Submission to the Building Industry Commission on labour- only sub-contracting, 31 October 2000.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: PRE-2000 

Godfrey S with J Theron. 1999. ‘Labour Standards versus Job Creation? An investigation into the likely impact of the new Basic Conditions of Employment Act on small businesses’. Development and Labour Monograph Series, Institute of Development and Labour Law, UCT. 

Theron J. 1999. ‘Terms of Empowerment’, South African Labour Bulletin, Vol. 23 No. 1.

Godfrey S and J Theron. 1999. ‘Labour Standards v Job Creation? The impact of the BCEA on small business’, South African Labour Bulletin, Vol.23 No.5. 

Theron J. 1998. Terms of Empowerment and The Cooperatives Act: A critical analysis. Occasional Paper 1/98, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town.

Godfrey S, P Hirschsohn and J Maree. 1998. ‘Where is management going? Employer strategies with regard to worker participation and workplace forums’, Law, Democracy & Development, Vol.2, No.1, pp. 85-110. 

Maree J. 1998. ‘The COSATU Participatory Democratic Tradition and South Africa’s New Parliament: are they reconcilable?’, African Affairs, 97.

Godfrey S and M Goldberg. 1997. `New Developments in Industrial Relations in South Africa', in African Development Perspectives Yearbook 1996, Volume 5: Regional Perspectives on Labour and Development. Munster: LIT Verlag. 

Maree J. 1997. ‘Transition and Consolidation of Democracy – The Role of the Labour Movement in Contemporary South Africa’, Einheit und Differenz: die Transformation Ostdeutschlands in vergleichender Perspektive (Eds. J Wielgohs and H Wiesenthal). Berlin: Berliner Debatte Wissenschaftsverlag). 

Hirschsohn P,  S Godfrey and J Maree. 1997. ‘Muddling through Tripartite Industrial Policy: The Automobile and the Clothing and Textile Sectors. Johannesburg: NALEDI. 

Theron J. 1997. ‘A Critical Analysis of the Co-operatives Act’, Occasional Paper produced for Co-operatives Policy Task Team, National Department of Agriculture.  

Goldberg M. 1997. ‘Small enterprises, the Labour Relations Act and collective bargaining in South Africa’, Law, Democracy and Development, Vol. 1. 

Theron J. 1996. On homeworkers. Occasional Paper 1/96, Institute of Development and Labour Law, University of Cape Town. 

B Cousins, D Cousins and Theron J. 1996. ‘Rural Livelihoods and Small Scale Agriculture in the Western Cape – the MAG Experience’, in Land, Labour and Livelihoods in Rural South Africa’ (Eds. M Lipton, M De Klerk and M Lipton). Durban: Indicator Press. 

Maree J and S Godfrey. 1995. `Toward Mesocorporatism: From Labor Exclusion to Union Intervention in the South African Textile Industry', in Industrialisation and Labor Relations: Contemporary Research in Seven Countries. (Eds.) S.Frenkel and J.Harrod. New York: ILR Press. 

Maree J. 1995. An Industrial Strategy for the Textile Sector. Cape Town: UCT Press.

Maree J and S Godfrey. 1995. `Trends towards Corporatism in South Africa: Industrial Relations and Industrial Strategy in the Textile Industry', in Industrial Sociology: A South African Perspective. (Ed.) A.van der Merwe. Johannesburg: Lexicon Press. 

Du Toit D, S Godfrey, M Goldberg, J Maree and J Theron. 1995. Industrial councils and small enterprises. Industrial Council Research Project, University of Cape Town. 

Theron J. 1995. ‘From Workers to Entrepreneurs: A tale of two enterprises.’ Occasional Paper, Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town. 

Theron J and D Budlender. 1995. ‘Working from home: the plight of home-based workers’, South African Labour Bulletin, Vol. 19 No. 3. 

Du Toit D, S Godfrey, J Maree, M Goldberg and J Theron. 1995. ‘Protecting Workers or Stifling Enterprise? Industrial Councils and Small Business.’ Durban: Butterworths. 

Ginsburg D, E Webster, R Southall, G Wood, S Buhlungu, J Maree, J Cherry, R Haines and G Klerck. 1995. ‘Taking Democracy Seriously: Worker Expectations and Parliamentary Democracy in South Africa’. Durban: Indicator Press. 

Theron J. 1994. ‘Rethinking Industrial Councils: What Small Business Signifies for Labour Relations’. Occasional Paper 1/94, Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town. 

Du Toit D. 1994. ‘Workers in small business: The forgotten people’, in Labour Relations in Southern Africa. (Ed.) E Kalula. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. 

Maree J. 1994. ‘The Complex Thread: Long-term Strategic Planning in the Textile and Clothing Industries in South Africa’, Bilateralism Review, Vol. 3, No. 2. 

 Du Toit D. 1993. ‘Small business: Deregulation or collective bargaining?’, Industrial Law Journal, Vol. 14. 

Fester R and D du Toit. 1993. ‘Small businesses: the scope for worker participation.’ Occasional Paper 1/93, Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town.  

Godfrey S. 1992. ‘Industrial Council Digest: Statutory Institutions for Centralised Collective Bargaining in South Africa, 1979-1992.’ Cape Town: Industrial Relations Project. 

Godfrey S and I Macun. 1992. `The Politics of Centralised Bargaining', in South African Review 6: From `Red Friday' to CODESA. (Eds.) G Moss and I Obery. Johannesburg: Ravan Press. 

Du Toit D with D Bosch. 1992. ‘Workers in small businesses: a challenge for the union.’ Occasional Paper 2/92, Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town. 

Maree J. 1992. ‘The Economic Case for Worker Participation: Co-determination’ in Wealth and Poverty: Critical Choices in South Africa. (Ed.) R Schrire. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.   

Godfrey S. 1991. `Cutting the Cloth to fit the Coat', Indicator SA, Vol.9, No.1, pp.77-81. 

Du Toit D. 1991. ‘Workers in small businesses: the need for organisation.’ Occasional Paper 1/91, Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town. 

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