1963Wilson & MafejeLanga 51To many Africans directed labour, combined with influx control, appears as forced labour, and the system arouses intense bitterness.
1971Rand Daily Mail 27 Mar. 2The vast majority of short-term prison sentences are for minor statutory offences connected with Bantu influx control, taxation and reference book regulations.
1971Evening Post 5 June 6A man who had nothing against his wife applied..this week for a decree of divorce because influx control regulations had made it impossible for him to live with her since they were married two years ago.
1980M. Lipton inOptimaVol.29No.2, 75Blacks were attracted to the towns, where wages were higher and conditions freer. To counter this, curbs over movement — influx controls or ‘pass’ laws — were introduced to divert Black labour towards, and to bind it to, the mines and particularly the White farms.
1986E. Prov. Herald 20 June 4The Abolition of Influx Control Bill was read yesterday for a second time to a chorus of ‘hear, hears’ from the PFP benches after an amendment by the Conservative Party Chief Whip..that it be read ‘this day six months’ was defeated.
1989A. Bernstein inOptimaVol.37No.1, 18The abolition of influx control has not resulted in mass migration to the PWV.
1990Weekend Argus 29 Sept. 19From the time influx control was abolished about five years ago, families have been legally allowed to be together.
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