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Anti-gay protest, Cape Town
Anti-gay protest, Cape Town
Anti-gay protest: 300 Christians and Muslims gathered outside the Monte Carlo cinema on the Foreshore to demonstrate against the Gay and Lesbian film festival. They said they were protesting against "blasphemy and the portrayal of homosexuality as acceptable".
Anti-pornography protests, Cape Town
Anti-pornography protests, Cape Town
Angry: Anti-pornography demonstrators took to the streets in Tyger Valley on Women's Day yesterday.
Anti-squatter march, Cape Town
Anti-squatter march, Cape Town
Anti-squatter march ... About 500 Milnerton ratepayers on Saturday held a protest march and handed in a petition to the municipality objecting to the development of an informal settlement at Du Noon and called for the immediate resignation of the Milnerton Municipal Council.
Antique china, Cape Town
Antique china, Cape Town
Worth more than £1,000, this rare old china forms part of the collection purchased at the Oranje Zigt sale for the City Council. Mr. L. L. Evans, an antique expert who made the purchase, is here shown holding a Spode dish and plate with openwork border.
Apartheid Beach signage, Cape Town
Apartheid Beach signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town.
Apartheid beach signage, Cape Town
Apartheid beach signage, Cape Town
Simonstown beach reserved for whites only in the apartheid era
Apartheid beach signage, Cape Town
Apartheid beach signage, Cape Town
"This beach and the amenities thereof have been reserved for non-white persons". Apartheid signage at Fish Hoek, Cape Town
Apartheid election results, Cape Town
Apartheid election results, Cape Town
Crowds gather outside the Argus Building to see the results of the 1961 apartheid-era general election displayed on the building's exterior. These were the first elections after South Africa became a Republic in 1960.
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. A husband and wife outside their house , Cape Town
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. A husband and wife outside their house , Cape Town
Mr Fred Kleinpenning and his wife Marinda outside their home in Woodstock.
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. A man and woman living together, who cannot legally get married, Cape Town
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. A man and woman living together, who cannot legally get married, Cape Town
Mrs Diana Bassick, and her common-law husband, Mr Raymond De Proft. Living together for 27 years but they cannot legally marry.
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. Husband and wife with their baby, Cape Town
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. Husband and wife with their baby, Cape Town
Professor Henri Scaillet, his wife Nadia and baby Anouchka.
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. Husband and wife with their three children, Cape Town
Apartheid era: mixed marriages. Husband and wife with their three children, Cape Town
Mr Albertus Johannes Smit of Maitland, Miss Lorraine Blooms and their children, from left, Natalie, 11, Manolite, 5, and Shané, 3.
Apartheid on public transport,Cape Town
Apartheid on public transport,Cape Town
Bus Apartheid: No room (even at the top) for non-whites on this apartheid-era bus.
Apartheid signage at Hout Bay beach
Apartheid signage at Hout Bay beach
Meddlers with Hout Bay's 'Whites Only' beach signs need a long arm, or something to stand on, to get to them.
Apartheid signage at Hout Bay, Cape Town
Apartheid signage at Hout Bay, Cape Town
Coloured youth such as these were prohibited from using Hout Bay beach under apartheid legislation
Apartheid signage at Simonstown,Cape Town
Apartheid signage at Simonstown,Cape Town
Apartheid signage reserving Boulders Beach at Simonstown for whites only.
Apartheid signage at the beach,Cape Town
Apartheid signage at the beach,Cape Town
Apartheid signage at one of Cape Town's beaches, shortly before the demise of apartheid.
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
"This scenic reserve is reserved for the Coloured group only". Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Public restrooms reserved for 'non-white men' only
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town
Apartheid signage, Cape Town.
Apartheid signage, Cape Town 1964
Apartheid signage, Cape Town 1964
Ticket offices for whites only, Cape Town Station, 1964.
Apartheid signage, Cape Town Station, 1966
Apartheid signage, Cape Town Station, 1966
Apartheid signage at Cape Town Station, 1966.
Apartheid signage, Cape Town Station, 1966
Apartheid signage, Cape Town Station, 1966
Non-white concourse on Cape Town Station.
Apartheid signage, Cape Town, 20th century
Apartheid signage, Cape Town, 20th century
Loading SA Transport Services "whites only" signs at Cape Town Station yesterday were Mr J L van Zyl (foreground) and Mr R Roodt. The signs, currently spares, were not destined for the rubbish pile.
Apartheid-era Bellville South Community Centre, Cape Town
Apartheid-era Bellville South Community Centre, Cape Town
The modern frontage of the Community Centre in Bellville South, part of a large complex.
Apartheid-era Cape Corps soldier, Cape Show, Cape Town
Apartheid-era Cape Corps soldier, Cape Show, Cape Town
Show goes on. This Cape Corps soldier stoically continued his precision march despite his helmet having come undone during last night's Cape Tattoo at the Cape Showgrounds. The tattoo started last night and the final performance is on March 5.
Apartheid-era Founders' Day ceremony, Cape Town
Apartheid-era Founders' Day ceremony, Cape Town
Puff stuff: Hitting the low notes at the Founders' Day (Van Riebeek Day) ceremony in the Heerengracht is Warrant Officer 1 Derek Hutton, his brightly-polished tuba reflecting Jan van Riebeeck's statue.
Apartheid-era Mayor of Bellville, Cape Town
Apartheid-era Mayor of Bellville, Cape Town
The Mayor of Bellville, Mr W. J. Bezuidenhout, looks out over his rapidly-developing town. He visualizes it one day becoming a sprawling city with a population of about 150,000.
Apartheid-era Ministers in the government of B J Vorster, Cape Town
Apartheid-era Ministers in the government of B J Vorster, Cape Town
Prime Minister B J Vorster (centre) with Mr P W Botha (Minister of Defence) and Mr M C Botha (Minister of Bantu Administration)
Apartheid-era White housing development, Bellville,Cape Town
Apartheid-era White housing development, Bellville,Cape Town
Mr and Mrs J. G. Karreman, and their 10-month-old daughter are residents of the new R 3,7 million group housing scheme at Groenvallei, Bellville. They rent a three-bedroomed house and are full of praise for the "cheap, well built accomodation." Rents average about R78 a month but it is possible to buy a house for a deposit of R520/ Prices range from R8227 to R9462. So far, 327 houses have been completed. When the scheme is complete it will comprise 460 two- and three-bedroomed homes.
Apartheid-era beach scene, Cape Town
Apartheid-era beach scene, Cape Town
Camps Bay at the height of the apartheid era
Apartheid-era company housing for workers in Guguletu, Cape Town
Apartheid-era company housing for workers in Guguletu, Cape Town
Cardboard alley. About 40 men live in this dormitory, one of four in a double-storey block in Guguletu, which has neither electricity nor hot water. The firm which houses its employees there believes the accommodation is inadequate, but current Government policy is cited as impeding improvement
Apartheid-era crowd control, Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town
Apartheid-era crowd control, Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town
Glen Beach - the ugly side of crowd control.
Apartheid-era crowd control, Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town
Apartheid-era crowd control, Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town
Late afternoon sun throws a fence diving Camps Bay beach in half into silhouette.
Apartheid-era housing at Khayelethu Park in Guguletu, Cape Town
Apartheid-era housing at Khayelethu Park in Guguletu, Cape Town
House proud: Mrs Cynthia Mabaso, of Khayelethu Park in Guguletu, in front of her attractive R65 00 house.
Apartheid-era military parade down Voortrekker Road, Bellville, Cape Town
Apartheid-era military parade down Voortrekker Road, Bellville, Cape Town
The Regiment Westelike Provinsie exercises its right of freedom of entrance to the city of Bellville by marching down Voortrekker Road. The regiment was honoured by the mayor, Mr Danie Uys, during a ceremony at the weekend.
Apartheid-era public library at Bellville, Cape Town
Apartheid-era public library at Bellville, Cape Town
Bellville public library in the mid-1960s.
Apartheid-era public swimming pool in Bellville, Cape Town
Apartheid-era public swimming pool in Bellville, Cape Town
Bellville's R 170,000 new Olympic-size swimming bath is set back from Voortrekker Road. The entrance is through an attractive, modern double-storeyed building finished in decorative tiles, coloured glass and polished wood. There are spacious changing rooms.
Apartheid-era public swimming pool, Bellville, Cape Town
Apartheid-era public swimming pool, Bellville, Cape Town
The imposing entrance to Bellvilles's R170,000 swimming bath where four Springbok swimmers -Jon Reen, Geoff Grylls, Neil Oldridge and Vernon Slovin -will take part in a gala on November 21. As the bath is Olympic size, any records set will be official.
Apartheid-era schooling, Cape Town
Apartheid-era schooling, Cape Town
A Crossroads parent with a belt patrols the gate of the New Crossroads lower primary school to keep pupils inside the school premises while their parents met an official of the Department of Education and Training to discuss dissatisfaction over the appointment of teachers.

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