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Ian Berry - South Africa. 1995.
SOUTH AFRICA. Johannesburg. In affluent suburb of Sandton little changes, with elegant overdressed white ladies well protected by an ever increasing number of s
SOUTH AFRICA. Johannesburg. Parktown. Mixed relations at the newly integrated Roseneath School. . 1995.
SOUTH AFRICA. Johannesburg. The formerly elegant suburb of Hillbrow is now predominantly black and almost a no-go area for whites. Youngsters sleep on the stree
SOUTH AFRICA. Eastern Transvaal. An auction of farm equipment in the Eastern Transvaal indicates that the farming community has changed little since the 1994 el
SOUTH AFRICA. Kwa Zulu. Mseleni. Elderly zulus with a joints disease collect their pensions from a mobile truck with armed guards. 1995.
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South Africa. Gauteng. johannesburg. Mandela chats with a young white boy at a mixed race high school. 1995
South Africa. Pretoria. Mandela after his inauguration as president. 1995
South Africa. Mandela being guarded by white policemen. 1995
South Africa. Mandela being closely guarded by police at a public meeting. 1995
South Africa. Gauteng. Johannesburg. Mandela enjoying a joke after a visit to a mixed race high school. 1995
S. AFRICA. At the Police Headquarters in Johannesburg's Honeydew suburb, off duty policemen gather at midday for an Evangelical style prayer meeting for assista
S. AFRICA. Johannesburg's formerly elegant white suburb of Hillbrow is now predominantly black and almost a no-go area for whites. Here youngsters sleeping on t
South Africa. A young labourer on a potato farm in the Eastern Transvaal. 1995.
SOUTH AFRICA. Gauteng. Johannesburg. A white flying squad officer interviews a coloured man for disturbing the peace. 1995.
S. AFRICA. At the Heidelberg army gymnasium black and white potential officers train alongside each other. 1995.
South Africa. Johannesburg. Face painting at Rand Easter Show. 1995.
South Africa. Gauteng. Johannesburg. Diepsluit squatter camp. African squatters build corrugated iron and plastic lean-tos to escape the heavy rains.
SOUTH AFRICA. Gauteng. Johannesburg. 1995.
SOUTH AFRICA. Gauteng. Alexandra Township. Man in Alexandra squatter camp remains cheerful despite torrential rain. 1995.
S. Africa. Winnie MANDELA is welcomed to a meeting of the ANC Women's League days after dismissal from her Ministerial post. 1995.
SOUTH AFRICA. Johannesburg. The Alexandra squatter camp in Johannesburg has survived without basic facilit
South Africa. The sight of poor whites begging is a new phenomenon on the streets of Johannesburg. 1995.
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S. AFRICA. Mixed reactions at the newly integrated Roseneath Primary School in Johannesburg's formerly pri
South Africa. Gauteng. Johannesburg. Mandela visiting a mixed race high school. 1994
SOUTH AFRICA. Johannesburg. Diepsluit squatter camp was dismantled following rumours that the municipality was building a new township. However, the move did n
SOUTH AFRICA. Krugersdorp. The new and first black mayor of the predominantly right-wing Afrikaner town of Krugersdorp standing in front of the portraits of his
S. AFRICA. The understaffed and underpaid Johannesburg flying squad is fighting a losing containing battle against spiralling crime. Here a policeman cautions a
S. AFRICA.The South african National Symphony Orchestra now integrated, plays Handel's MESSIAH to a Soweto audience. 1995.
S. AFRICA. An encouraging development since the 1994 election has been the establishment of a Ballet School for non-white children, started and run by white tea
S. AFRICA. For the first time hostels are being set up for poor whites. Here SHEPHERD'S FLOCK ministry has taken over a former catholic convent near Potchefstro
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