Fair Trade Wine: South Africa's Post-Apartheid Vineyards and the Global Economy

  title={Fair Trade Wine: South Africa's Post-Apartheid Vineyards and the Global Economy},
  author={W. Moseley},
  pages={291 - 304}
  • W. Moseley
  • Published 2008
  • Economics
  • Globalizations
  • Abstract The history of unfair labour practices in South Africa's wine industry is as old as the sector itself, dating back to the seventeenth century. The situation, however, has begun to slowly change since the fall of Apartheid in 1994. While the South African wine industry is still largely white owned, the country's major wine production zone (the Western Cape) is now dotted with a variety of black-owned and black co-owned vineyards that are Fair Trade certified or marketing their wines as… CONTINUE READING
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