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TitleSouth Africa
Extent28 black and white photographs
Creator NameGemini News Service; 1967-2002; news agency
DescriptionGP1011 Joe, Mary and Harry, characters from 'Puppets against AIDS', December 1989. Alexandria Township. By Gisele Wulfsohn
GP337 John Gambanga - Gemini correspondent for years. Showing radio enthusiast, Madondo, and brother.
GP1272 Alan Paton 'Man was not born to go down on his belly'
GP1273 Dr. Albert Hertzog, leader of Herstigte Nationale Party
GP1274 Otto Krause. A powerful voice for Vorster. Editor of Financial Gazette
GP1275 Jo'burg Hawk. Band with The Famous Charisma Label [1970s]
GP1276 Johannesburg Hawk, a multi-racial pop group from South Africa
GP1277 Professor Chris Barnard, first to transplant human heart, into patient Louis Washkansky, December 1967
GP1278 Brian Walker (Oxfam's Director) and Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Chief Executive of Kwazulu. Durban, August 1975
GP1279 [Botha Muller]
GP1280 Steve Biko, Black Consciousness leader
GP1281 US Senator Dick Clark and Steve Biko in East London, December 1976
GP1282 Mayor Zeno George, Mayor of Cala. 'No objection to Africans on the Council'
GP1283 Umabatha - the Zulu Macbeth, produced by Welcome Msomi and Theatre Working Company from South Africa. Part of World Theatre Season 1971
GP1284 Winston Ntshona (writer and actor) 'South African Winston Ntshona in a scene from Sizwe Bansi is dead' [early 1970s]
GP1285 Donald Kabeba London representative for SWAPO, South West Africa. With Peter Katjavivi outside the International Court of Justice, Geneva.
GP1286 Jillian Jessup and Pearl Jansen - Miss South Africa and Miss Africa South, 1970
GP1287 The Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town
GP1288 Electro-cardiograph machine attached to Louis Washkansky (heart transplant patient) in Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, 1967
GP1289 The Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, where the first heart transplant took place. 'In a ward for non-whites'
GP1290 Dr. J.J. Burger, Medical Superintendent and Miss De Wet, Matron-in-Chief of Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town
GP1291 Nats...3 Demonstrators letting the African National Council hierarchy know how they will judge the outcome of constitutional talks if there is anything less than majority rule
GP1292 Laurance Gandar, editor, Rand Daily Mail
GP1293 South African Prime Minister P.W. Botha and Chief Minister of Ciskei homeland, Chief Lennox Sebe [1979]
GP1294 Duro Ladipo (writer and actor) as Sango in Oba Koso, a folk opera based on a Yoruba story. [1964]
GP1295 'Dr Barbara Seidler checks a patient in the clinic at Thornhill' (relocation camp) [1977]
GP1296 'Ex-Transkei cabinet minister Stella Sigcau'
GP1297 'The gun that saved Chief Buthelezi's life. Bodyguard Simon Dumakade prepares to fire at a mob evicting the KwaZulu leader from the funeral of Robert Sobukwe'. By Roger Omond. [1978]
GP1298 Immorality act victims Stanley Naas and Emmie Jantjies, with children Raymond and Mark [1978]
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