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Aerial view, Cape Town City
Aerial view, Cape Town City
A mosaic of concrete and glass formed by modern buildings in the central business district of Cape Town. This aerial view of the city was taken form the foot of the Heerengracht looking up Adderley Street towards the Public Gardens. The city centre today [seems to be] sprouting cars in beds of tar. ...must plan to remove the traffic circle on the Heerengracht, says the City Engineer. And he asks: Is it the best civic layout?'
Aerial view, District Six, Cape Town
Aerial view, District Six, Cape Town
Aerial view of central Cape Town during the demolition of District Six (foreground).
Aerial view, District Six, Cape Town
Aerial view, District Six, Cape Town
Aerial view of central Cape Town after the demolition of District Six (foreground), showing the Castle, railways and freeways into Cape Town, and Woodstock.
Aerial view, Foreshore and harbour
Aerial view, Foreshore and harbour
Aerial view of central Cape Town from the Good Hope Centre over the Foreshore, railways and harbour.
Aerial view, Foreshore fountain, Cape Town City
Aerial view, Foreshore fountain, Cape Town City
Chequered sidewalks and zebra pedestrian crossings make a pleasing pattern in this air photograph of the Foreshore fountain. On the left are the Paul Sauer building and the War Memorial.
Aerial view, Foreshore, Cape Town
Aerial view, Foreshore, Cape Town
Aerial view of Foreshore.
Aerial view, Gardens, Cape Town
Aerial view, Gardens, Cape Town
Gardens, Cape Town.
Aerial view, Observatory, Cape Town
Aerial view, Observatory, Cape Town
St Peter's Cemetery, Observatory, is on the left of the picture, between Main Road and Groote Schuur Hospital.
Aerial view, Rondebosch Common, Cape Town
Aerial view, Rondebosch Common, Cape Town
Rondebosch Common: the clump of trees in the middle marks the site of Barnabas Shais Tabernacle and two graveyards. The aerial view of Rondebosch Common shows many of the places mentioned by Jose Burman in his article. A: The Camp Ground Road, flanked by a long strip of stone-pines. B: Park Road, running along the south side of the common. C: The newly built Milner Road North, completed in spite of the protests of lovers of the common. D: The group of pines which marks the place where the old chapel known as the Tabernacle once stood (there were also two graveyards there). E: The Red Cross Children's Hospital. F: The Rustenburg Girls' High School. The network of paths revealed by this photograph is hardly noticeable from the ground.
Aerial view, Signal Hill, Cape Town
Aerial view, Signal Hill, Cape Town
Aerial view of the Lion Battery and Noon Gun on Signal Hill above Green Point, Cape Town.
Aerial view, central Cape Town
Aerial view, central Cape Town
Aerial view of central Cape Town from Mouille Point towards Devil's Peak, showing the Green Point Common and stadium, the central city and harbour.
Aerial view, freeway construction, Constantia Valley, Cape Town
Aerial view, freeway construction, Constantia Valley, Cape Town
A freeway snakes through Constantia Valley farmland, preparing to carry an ever-increasing load of urban traffic across a once tranquil area. This photograph was taken during the construction of the Blue Route.
Aerial view, reclamation for Table Bay docks expansion, 1973
Aerial view, reclamation for Table Bay docks expansion, 1973
This aerial photograph taken by Argus photographer Robin Brown shows the extent of reclamation work already completed as part of the R45-million Table Bay docks expansion project. When completed, the reclaimed area of the old Woodstock Beach will accommodate quays and goods sheds for the new works section of the harbour.
Africans at night school
Africans at night school
African woman at night school in the early 1950s, before the Department of Bantu Administration denied permission for the Cape Non-European Night Schools Association to continue running four of its ten adult night schools
Africans at night school
Africans at night school
Africans at night school in the early 1950s, before the Department of Bantu Administration denied permission for the Cape Non-European Night Schools Association to continue running four of its ten adult night schools
After Transkeian 'independence' Xhosa residents of Langa, Cape Town, become 'foreigners' in South Africa
After Transkeian 'independence' Xhosa residents of Langa, Cape Town, become 'foreigners' in South Africa
In just over two weeks these Langa residents outside a beer hall will become officially foreigners in the eyes of the South African Government. They will have to decide for themselves after that whether or not they want Transkeian citizenship.
After the fire at Crossroads, Cape Town
After the fire at Crossroads, Cape Town
Amid buckled and blackened sheets of corrugated iron and smouldering remnants [of] household effects, survivors of a huge Crossroads fire begin to build their shacks again yesterday on the same sites - but with better precautions against fire.
After the fire at Newlands House, Cape Town, 1981
After the fire at Newlands House, Cape Town, 1981
The chimneys of Newlands House, Newlands Avenue, built in the time of Lord Charles Somerset, after a fire that gutted the historic home in 1981.
Aftermath of a landslide on the Simonstown-Miller's Point coastal road, Cape Town
Aftermath of a landslide on the Simonstown-Miller's Point coastal road, Cape Town
This is what it looked like after a landslide on the Simonstown-Miller's Point coastal road in the Peninsula sent about 150ft. of the tarred highway crashing into the sea.
Agricultural control boards in the apartheid era , Cape Show, Goodwood, Cape Town
Agricultural control boards in the apartheid era , Cape Show, Goodwood, Cape Town
The Agricultural Control Boards Hall which was redecorated for the Cape Show at the Goodwood showgrounds.
Agricultural land scheduled for housing development, Bergvliet, Cape Town
Agricultural land scheduled for housing development, Bergvliet, Cape Town
Tasting the grapes. The Old Mutual is undertaking another residential township project at Bergvliet, Cape. Some 100 building plots are planned. Ninety will be laid out on what is now farmland. Here Maureen Hodgson, Carol Waylett and Joan Opperman are tasting the grapes.
Air Force guard of honour salute Governor-General and his wife, Cape Town
Air Force guard of honour salute Governor-General and his wife, Cape Town
Governor-General (Dr. E.G. Jansen) and Mrs Jansen acknowledged the salute of an Air Force guard of honour as they arrived for the opening of Parliament today.
Albert Hertzog sits looking defeated, Cape Town
Albert Hertzog sits looking defeated, Cape Town
Dr Albert Hertzog, former Cabinet Minister and rejected right-winger. In September 1969 his membership of the National Party was cancelled after the statements by him and some of his followers that only Calvinist Afrikaners could be trusted to rule South Africa. Soon after, he announced the formation of the Herstigte Nasionale Party.
Albian Road, Cape Town
Albian Road, Cape Town
House on Albian Road, Cape Town.
Alfred Basin, Cape Town Harbour, 1900
Alfred Basin, Cape Town Harbour, 1900
Tall-masted sailing ships at West Quay in the Alfred Basin, Cape Town Harbour, in 1900.
Allan Boesak after a court appearance, Cape Town
Allan Boesak after a court appearance, Cape Town
Dr. Allan Boesak, leader of the World Alliance of Reformed Churchs, talks to reporters after his appearance in court today.
Allan Boesak and Desmond Tutu at a press conference, Cape Town
Allan Boesak and Desmond Tutu at a press conference, Cape Town
Dr. Allan Boesak, left, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu make their call for stepped-up international pressure on South Africa at a press conference today.
Allan Boesak and Desmond Tutu, Cape Town
Allan Boesak and Desmond Tutu, Cape Town
Allan Boesak and Desmond Tutu address a demonstration in Cape Town
Allan Boesak and Oscar Mpetha, Cape Town
Allan Boesak and Oscar Mpetha, Cape Town
Mr. Oscar Mpetha, left, and Dr. Allan Boesak, president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and patron of the United Democratic Front, share a joke during a meeting. Part of the crowd of about 1300 who packed the small civic hall in sweltering heat.
Allan Boesak and William Gray in Athlone, Cape Town
Allan Boesak and William Gray in Athlone, Cape Town
Crowds gather around Dr. Allan Boesak, left, and Mr. William Gray in Athlone during a tour of the Cape Flats
Allan Boesak applauds at a lecture, Cape Town
Allan Boesak applauds at a lecture, Cape Town
Dr. Allan Boesak attending a lecture
Allan Boesak at a UDF [United Democratic Front] meeting, Cape Town
Allan Boesak at a UDF [United Democratic Front] meeting, Cape Town
Allan Boesak at an United Democratic Front meeting in Cape Town
Allan Boesak encourages people to get their IDs [Identity Documents], Cape Town
Allan Boesak encourages people to get their IDs [Identity Documents], Cape Town
Election campaign for I.D's [Identity Documents] starts
Allan Boesak hands over a petition listing  people's grievances, Cape Town
Allan Boesak hands over a petition listing people's grievances, Cape Town
Rev. Allan Boesak (head of ANC [African National Congress] in the Western Cape) hands over people's petition with grievances about budget
Allan Boesak hugs a member of his congregation, Cape Town
Allan Boesak hugs a member of his congregation, Cape Town
Dr Boesak embraces one of many well-wishers who crowded around him after he delivered a sermon in the Ned Geref Sendingkerk [Nederduitse Gereformeerde Sendingkerk in Suid-Afrika] in Bellville-South yesterday morning.
Allan Boesak indicates the window through which a stone was thrown, Cape Town
Allan Boesak indicates the window through which a stone was thrown, Cape Town
Malicious damage: Dr. Allan Boesak gestures towards the middle office window through which a stone was thrown. From the trajectory, the stone appeared to have been thrown from the roof of the building on the right.
Allan Boesak inspects a teargas canister, Cape Town
Allan Boesak inspects a teargas canister, Cape Town
Dr. Allan Boesak inspects a teargas canister at UWC [Univesity of the Western Cape] yesterday

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