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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.

Women in the 1980s

The photographs by Afrapix photographers were used for an exhibition depicting women in various settings. The images are of relocations (forced removals - Weenen and others), women workers and farm workers, demonstrations by women, FEDTRAW rally, women in trade unions, women affected by violence, and living conditions of women in urban environments.

Photographers include: Paul Weinberg, Chris Ledochowski, Lesley Lawson, Gill de Vlieg, Anna Zieminski, Cedric Nunn, Gisele Wulfsohn, Dave Hartman, Paul Grendon, Guy Tillim, Pax Magwaza, Gill Cargill, Steve Hilton-Barber.

UCT Libraries Digital Collections

Some of the Afrapix photographers have deposited their collections at the University of Cape Town, where there have been digitised and made available as part of the UCT Libraries Digital Collections.

The following past and present works of Afrapix photographers can be found here, including images from the Afrapix period:

John Liebenberg:
Cedric Nunn:
Guy Tillim:
Graeme Wiliams:

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