Two Supporters at an April 1994 ANC (African National Congress) rally in South Africa peer from behind a sign bearing the image of their President Nelson Mandela.
December 04, 2009 Licence
Grafitti on the wall of the holding cell below Courtroom C at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria, South Africa, 16th February 2011. Prisoners were kept here during the 1963-4 Rivonia Trial of African National Congress (ANC) leaders,...More
January 30, 2015 Licence
The exterior of the Palace of Justice in Pretoria, South Africa, 16th February 2011. The court was the site of the historic Rivonia Trial of African National Congress (ANC) leaders in 1963-4, during which, Nelson Mandela famously read...More
April 27, 2014 Licence
The interior of Courtroom C at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria, South Africa, 16th February 2011. This courtroom is where the historic Rivonia Trial of African National Congress (ANC) leaders took place in 1963-4 and where Nelson...More
Sifiso Dlomo, left, aged 4 is one of many young children who live in unsafe blocks of flats in the inner city of Johannesburg, circa 2006. This dark, dank, staircase with its pungent stench of urine, is their playground as their...More
A military man protects children at a church on April 21, 1994 in Lindelani, South Africa. Their families are ANC supporters and they fled from violent clashes with the IFP (Inkatha freedom party) days before the first democratic...More
An African National Congress (ANC) supporters wearing flags shouts with the crowd to welcome South African President Nelson Mandela and deputy President Thabo Mbeki at the FNB stadium in Johannesburg 30 May 1999. A crowd of some...More
Black South African children running alongside tracks where medical train Phelophepa, founded by white South African Lynette Coetzee to bring medicine & health education to all S. Africans regardless of race.
April 15, 2004 Licence
General Constand Viljoen, leader of the Freedom Front, pauses prior to presenting the submission of his party to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in Cape Town on 16 May. The TRC is probing politically-motivated crimes...More
A prison guard looks over the gallows at Pretoria's maximum security prison gallows 19 October. More than 4,200 prisoners were executed in South Africa, many for politically-motivated crimes during the apartheid regime. The new...More