Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs
Open Access

ISSN: 2332-0761

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Shaik Sabiya

Department of Pharmaceutics, Anurag Pharmacy College, Kodad (M), Suryapet (D), Telangana State, India

  • Review Article   

    Author(s): T Praveen Kumar, P Prashanthi, Shaik Sabiya and M Chinna Eswaraiah

    Africa has been known for its cheap labour until this day. Regardless of Africans’ immense contribution to the development of world economy by providing their labour, they could not get a fair payment. Being at low skill level and having undeveloped social organization might have been ascribed to the prevailing poor wage among African labourers. Nevertheless, Africans have been underpaid even in works which do not require any intermediate or special skills. Thus, African labour is mercilessly exploited because of the strong link created between the owners of the capital (most of the time foreigners) and the corrupted African leaders. Ethiopia was no exception. The WonjiShewa sugar plantation can be taken as a case in point. The plantation was established after a concession was signed between the Imperial Government of Ethiopia and the Dutch Company, Handels Vereeniging Amsterda.. View More»

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