Industrial Conciliation Act 1924
Employees were allowed to form trades unions, which would be approved, recognised and registered. They could then be represented on industrial councils. A process of conciliation was established and required to be followed before a strike was permitted. Workers "regulated by any Native Pass Laws and regulations" (black workers) were excluded from the definition of workers and so not permitted to join a union.
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