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Anthony, V.C. Booth, Papers

  • A1755
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1898

Anthony, V.C. Booth (Colour-Sergeant in the 80th Regiment)

Papers relating to the Battle of I Ntombi River during the Zulu War, 1879. Including: typed copy of a letter from Booth to his family, 14 March1879, describing the engagement in which he won the V.C.; interview with Booth published in The County Express, 9 April 1898; typed copy of a letter from Major C.Tucker to his father, 19 March 1879, describing the battle; hand-drawn plan of the battle; photograph of Booth and his family


  • Subfonds
  • 2020

This document contains the list and the biographical notes about the Afrapix photographers, together with links to their own websites and projects.


Inventory to the Afrapix photographs

Inventory to the Afrapix photographs held in the "Werkgroep Kairos Photo Collection", at the International Institute of Social History (IISG), Amsterdam, one of the largest archives of labour and social history in the world.

Werkgroep Kairos Photo Collection

South Africa: The Cordoned Heart

The exhibition and subsequent book publication, was curated and produced by Omar Badsha, as a product of the photographic project for the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa in 1983. The exhibition was comprised of the work of 28 South African Photographers.

"On 24th April 1984 over 300 hundred academics, artists and photographers attended a conference at UCT where 300 research papers were presented and the exhibition titled South Africa The Cordoned Heart made up of over 36 photographic essays comprising of 386 images were exhibited in the foyer of UCT's Leslie Building. The exhibition was part of a mini cultural festival of film, music and performances. (Francis essay)"

South Africa: The Cordoned Heart: A short history of the photography project of the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa (Source: Omar Badsha website

Crossroads '86

Crossroads '86 was an exhibition with photographs by Dave Hartman and Guy Tillim.

The images documented the destruction and forced removals of squatter communities from the Crossroads complex and KTC.

Taking Sides: Conflict in South Africa

Taking Sides: Conflict in South Africa 1984-1986: An Afrapix exhibition

The exhibition was compiled with photographs from the Afrapix collective, with the assistance of Oxfam, Canada. They depict images of conflict, funerals, youth, labour and culture vs Apartheid South Africa.

Domestic Workers

The photographs were used for an Afrapix exhibition entitled "Domestic Workers", with photographs by Giselle Wulfsohn, Paul Weinberg, Santu Mofokeng, Dave Hartman and Guy Tillim.

They are images of domestic workers at work, during their time off, in their own homes, and attending Centres where they learned sewing and other skills. Also included are photos of meetings of the South African Domestic Workers Union (SADWU), which was formed in November 1986, combining five domestic workers unions to one strong national trade union.

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.

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