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Ukusebenza/Ukuphangela: Raiding the Work of the Future
This paper is not about work or labour itself, and how it changes historically in South Africa (from pastoral, to agricultural and industrial; native labour, wage labour, migrant labour etc.), but about how the meaning of 'work' and 'labour' itself changes. What we want to suggest, is that an 'original' meaning of the tasks/duties associated with 'work' was 'woman': ukusebenza. What men did, does not constitute 'work' but something else entirely: raiding, moving, occasional, going etc.:doi:10.17159/2309-9585/2022/v48a4 fatcat:odqxvjoyuveuzf3mhavhkvfive