Benjamin Jennings Caddy

Benjamin (Ben) Jennings Caddy (November 1881 - 13 March 1955) was a militant trade unionist who is regarded as the doyen of the trade union movement in South Africa. Caddy was born in Australia and in 1898 at the age of 17 he emigrated to South Africa. In March 1922, he was arrested during the Rand Revolt.

Name Caddy, Benjamin
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Date of birth 1881
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Date of death 13 March 1955
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