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2 news paper clips relating to demands by Neil Aggett's family and friends to re-open the case of Neil Aggett's death in police custody.

AfricaMediaOnline (AMO)

The AMO's african.pictures project includes the past and present works of Afrapix photographers, including images from:

Gille de Vlieg (approximately 800 images)
Paul Weinberg (approximately 3000 images)
Graeme Williams (approximately 4000 images)
Gisele Wulfsohn (approximately 400 images)

All our Children

All our Children: Photo Exhibition

The exhibition was a joint project between Afrapix and Vumani. The images are of children of all races and from different socio-economic backgrounds. They depict living conditions in rural and urban environments in the 1980s, and some depict social upheaval.

The contributing photophers were: Gill de Vlieg, Paul Grendon, Steve Hilton-Barber, Chris Ledochowski, Pax Magwaza, Roger Meintjies, Santu Mofokeng, Eric Miller, Cedric Nunn, Guy Tillim, Paul Weinberg and Anna Zieminski. The pictures were printed by Graham Goddard and compiled by Chris Ledochowski.

Arthur Chaskalson Papers

The photographs were taken by Ellen Elmendorp during a rally after the release of Patrick "Terror" Lekota from Robben Island. He was one of the accused in the Delmas Treason Trial.

The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Chief Justice Arthur Chaskalson. Justice Arthur Chaskalson was the President of the Constitutional Court of South Africa from 1994 to 2001 and Chief Justice of South Africa from 2001 to 2005. He was also part of the defence council during the Delmas Treason Trial (1985-1989), also known as the Vaal Triangle Treason Trial.

Banning Of National Convention

Typed letter to Sir De Villiers Graaff, written by Nelson Mandela on behalf of the South African Congress of Democrats, calling on the Government to convene a National Convention, with the task of drawing up a new Constitution, May 1961; Statement by Quintin Whyte with reference to the banning of the South African National Coloured Convention, July 1961.

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