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Demonstrators protesting community council elections in Soweto

Demonstrator protesting against Community Council elections in Soweto. Protest organised by the UDF. Outdoor gatherings of more than one person are prohibited by the state so protestors spaced themselves in order not to be considered as part of a gathering. Holding a placard, "Amandla Awethu, Mayibuye Afrika" on the Soweto highway.

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Soweto service for victims of raid on Matola, Mozambique.

A service held in Soweto for Matola Raid victims. Uncertain whether raid of 1981 or 1983. On the podium signs with text "To gun down defenceless men women and children in their sleep is dastardly cowardice"

During the height of apartheid, security forces carried out a raid on ANC houses in Matola, Mozambique, where 16 South Africans and one Portuguese national were killed. Most of the victims were members of Umkhonto We Sizwe in 1981. In a SADF raid on Matola in 1983 at least 6 people died including 2 children and 26 people wounded.

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Group photo with Helen Joseph

Veteran anti-apartheid activist Helen Joseph (centre) was amongst a group of black and white people at a tea party organised to observe Human Rights Day. A large contingency of security forces monitored the meeting. Soweto.