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Apartheid-era whites-only restaurant at D.F. Malan Airport, Cape Town, in the 1970s
Apartheid-era whites-only restaurant at D.F. Malan Airport, Cape Town, in the 1970s
A view of the new restaurant at D.F. Malan Airport with seating for 100 people.
Apartheid-era whites-only restaurant at D.F. Malan Airport, Cape Town, in the 1970s
Apartheid-era whites-only restaurant at D.F. Malan Airport, Cape Town, in the 1970s
Restaurant at D.F.Malan Airport during the apartheid era. This restaurant was reserved for whites only.
Archaeological exploration, Grand Parade, 1983
Archaeological exploration, Grand Parade, 1983
Archaeologist Miss Gabebah Abrahams works in a building site trench on the Grand Parade where she is convinced she has found remains of the base of one of four bastions of Van Riebeeck's original earth-walled fort.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Mr Michael Wilson (left), the archaeologist working on the Golden Acre site, points out a section of what may be the wall of Van Riebeeck's historic 'drinkwaterback' dam to Mr Graeme Clark, site engineer.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
The old Heerengracht stream which flowed through this brickwork watercourse has been re-routed above the underground pedestrian walkway.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Jessie Fagan (nearest the camera) and colleagues from the South African Museum and University of Cape Town, at work unearthing stone at Cape Town's Golden Acre - part of a dam wall dating back to the earliest days of the Cape. It is hoped to remove sections for preservation.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Label on every stone - The first part of the dismantling process of the historic wall sections got under way at the Golden Acre site yesterday when detailed photographs of the stones were taken from a hydraulic crane. Each stone has been labelled to assist the SA Museum authorities to rebuild them exactly as they were. The sections were provisionally declared national monuments. The fate of the reservoir is still to be decided.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
A section of a 250-year-old canal wall was lifted at the Golden Acre site today. The canal originally formed part of an attractive grid of canals, some of which linked what are now Adderley, Plein, Darling and Strand Streets. The wall is to be stored and later re-erected on the piazza of the shopping centre to be built on the site.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre site, Cape Town, 1975
The old Heerengracht stream which flowed through this brickwork watercourse has been re-routed above the underground pedestrian walkway.
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre, 1975
Archaeological finds, Golden Acre, 1975
Archaeologists from the South African Museum and the University of Cape Town busy unearthing the dam wall found on Cape Town's Golden Acre. It is now thought that the wall is part of the reservoir built by Jan Van Riebeeck's successor, Zacharias Wagenaar. Although it suffered slight damage when the foundations of Cape Town's old station were sunk, it is still in good condition.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other politicians seen amidst protesters, Cape Town
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other politicians seen amidst protesters, Cape Town
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other politicians seen amidst protesters, Cape Town. Inlcludes Allan Boesak, Jay Naidoo.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu faces police, Cape Town
Archbishop Desmond Tutu faces police, Cape Town
Archbishop Desmond Tutu to face with police at a protest march in the city yesterday. Next to him is the head of the University of the Western Cape, Professor Jakes Gerwel, who also took part in the march.
Arderne Congregational Church, Claremont, Cape Town, 1961
Arderne Congregational Church, Claremont, Cape Town, 1961
Where people pray - Congregational Church (Claremont) - The 'Arderne Church', as the Claremont Congregational Church is known to its members, is one with a proud record of fine work among its own people and among those of neighbouring non-European churches. Its architecture is a mixture of Elizabethan and Gothic styles combined with Greek and a Swiss steeple. Its pleasing lines are floodlit every night of the year.
Argie boy, Cape Town
Argie boy, Cape Town
Cape Town's newspaper sellers are known for their ingenuity. And Argie seller Gavin Simons is no exception. He has found the answer to beat the cold of winter winds at his beat on the corner of St George's and Church streets by utilising a discarded cardboard box. With his copies of The Argus hot from the press, he is quite comfortable, thank you.
Argie boy, Cape Town
Argie boy, Cape Town
1950s depiction of an Argie Boy (newspaper vendor selling the Argus newspaper)
Argie boy, Cape Town
Argie boy, Cape Town
Little 'Argie Boy' looks rather like an opera singer hitting a high note as he attracts customers with the traditional cry of 'Argeee.'
Argie boys, Cape Town
Argie boys, Cape Town
Before the city comes to life, newspaper boys huddle round a fire (above) as they wait in the wintry cold for fresh bundles to sell.
Argus employees protest wages, Cape Town
Argus employees protest wages, Cape Town
Argus protest ... About 50 Argus employees picketed outside Newspaper House at mid-day yesterday after annual wage negotiations reached a deadlock.
Argus general election service, Cape Town
Argus general election service, Cape Town
Technicians were today busy building a television studio in The Argus Building in preparation for The Argus general election service to be presented in the St George's Street front of The Argus tonight. Having a test run before the cameras was commentator Mr Rufus Papenfus. With him (from left) are: Mr Noel Tilley, manager, professional television, SA Philips, Cape Town, Mr Dave Robinson, service foreman, and Mr Bill Myson, television engineer.
Argus photographic exhibition, 1975
Argus photographic exhibition, 1975
Argus Girl Chris Walters enjoyed a special preview of some of the pictures in The Argus exhibition of news photographs titled 'Through the eyes of the Argus'. The exhibition includes a splendid collection of high-quality color photographs. The exhibition will be opened to invited guests this evening by the Mayor of Cape Town, Mr David Bloomberg. It is open to the public from tomorrow. The exhibition is at the BP Centre Cinema Complex, Thibault Square, and can be viewed from Mondays to Fridays from 9 am to 4 pm.
Armed forces at the opening of Parliament, Cape Town
Armed forces at the opening of Parliament, Cape Town
Armed forces at the opening of Parliament, Cape Town.
Armed forces salute to the Mayor as they walk passed, Cape Town
Armed forces salute to the Mayor as they walk passed, Cape Town
On Parade: Mayor of Cape Town (Mr Walter Gradner) takes the salute as the first units of a parade of 2 000 men march past the saluting base on the Foreshore in a parade to mark the fifth anniversary of the Republic of South Africa.
Armed forces stand for the opening ceremony, Cape Town
Armed forces stand for the opening ceremony, Cape Town
Coloured Coloured Representative Council (CRC) opening.
Armed man removed from ANC meeting in Parow, Cape Town
Armed man removed from ANC meeting in Parow, Cape Town
An armed man, a suspected member of the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB), is ejected from an African National Congress's (ANC) meeting in Parow before the 1994 democratic elections.
Armed warder, Robben Island, Cape Town
Armed warder, Robben Island, Cape Town
Armed warder in launch off Robben Island.
Armistice Day commemoration, Cape Town
Armistice Day commemoration, Cape Town
Constable J B Uys of the Railway Police makes a salute at the South African Railways and Harbour War Services Union annual Remembrance Day ceremony at Cape Town Station in 1982 to commemorate Armistice Day - the end of World War 1. Wreaths were laid after the playing of the Last Post and a two minute silence.
Armistice Stone, Cape Town
Armistice Stone, Cape Town
Armistice Stone has been retuned to its place on the island in the middle of Adderley St, Cape Town (at Darling St intersection). It was recently removed by City Council workmen for repairs and cleaning.
Arms cache, Cape Town
Arms cache, Cape Town
Part of an arms cache found in a raid on an ANC cell in Wynberg, Cape Town, where 14 people were arrested and charged with terrorism under the Internal Security Act. The Yengeni trial, as it became known, lasted from March 1989 to March 1991 when the accused were granted amnesty and released.
Army official squints into the light while firing a smoke gun, Cape Town
Army official squints into the light while firing a smoke gun, Cape Town
Army official squints into the light while firing a smoke gun, Cape Town.
Army truck in front of Mosque, Cape Town
Army truck in front of Mosque, Cape Town
Army casspir in front of mosque, Cape Town.
Arrested Rastafarian who supported unemployed workers, Cape Town
Arrested Rastafarian who supported unemployed workers, Cape Town
Arrested: A Rastafarian protester is arrested after turning out to support unemployed workers in Burg Street yesterday.
Arrivals lounge at D.Fa. Malan Airport, Cape Town
Arrivals lounge at D.Fa. Malan Airport, Cape Town
The arrivals lounge at D.F. Malan Airport in the late 1980s, before implementation of the airport's successive re-development plans
Art Class, Cape Town
Art Class, Cape Town
A different kind of drawing-room - CAP (Community Arts Project) art class underway.
Art Nouveau architecture on Long Street, Cape Town, 1982
Art Nouveau architecture on Long Street, Cape Town, 1982
Merchants, Long Street, Cape Town. One of the oldest buildings on Long Street, the original building at Merchants dates back 350 years and was made [with] slate from Table Mountain. After many iterations through the centuries it survives today as a fine example of Art Nouveau architecture.
Artists at End Conscription Campaign "peace call-up", Cape Town
Artists at End Conscription Campaign "peace call-up", Cape Town
Peace painters - Two artists at an End Conscription Campaign "peace call-up" yesterday paint a mural at the Educare Centre, a crèche in New Crossroads.
Athlone , Cape Town
Athlone , Cape Town
Children at a sub-economic housing development in Athlone, Cape Town
Athlone Advice Office, Cape Town
Athlone Advice Office, Cape Town
Black Sash advice offices, staffed by volunteers and supported by interpreters from the townships, offered free paralegal services for issues like housing, unemployment, pensions, influx control, detention without trial and so on. The first Black Sash advice office was opened in Athlone in Cape Town.
Athlone Power Station, Cape Town
Athlone Power Station, Cape Town
Shrouded in early morning mist -- to which they are contributing generously -- are the twin towers of Athlone Power Station seen from De Waal Drive. In the background are the natural towers of the Hottentots Holland Mountains.
Athlone businessman, Cape Town
Athlone businessman, Cape Town
Athlone businessman Mr Brian Bhorat: "Other business that discriminate will have to watch their step."
Athlone businessmen, Cape Town
Athlone businessmen, Cape Town
Surveying a 'road' running through one of Athlone's main business districts are some of the businessmen in the area who have accused the Cape Town City Council of practising 'road apartheid.'

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