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Youths inspect the damage done to their car by rioters, Cape Town
Youths inspect the damage done to their car by rioters, Cape Town
Youths who said they had come to town to join in the demonstrations returned to their car in the late afternoon to find it had been damaged by rock-throwers.
Youths saluting, Cape Town
Youths saluting, Cape Town
Youths give clenched fist salute as they leave the Athlone Magistrate's Court yesterday where 69 people appeared following the Crossroads raids this week. Police cleared the court at one stage and also dispersed a crowd which gathered in front of the court buildings.
Zandvliet's Georgian-style main house in a state of disrepair, Cape Town
Zandvliet's Georgian-style main house in a state of disrepair, Cape Town
Zandvliet's Georgian-style main house: with a sagging roof, termite-ridden mahogany ceiling beams, destroyed floorboards and ruined fireplaces, the house and original outbuildings would cost R2-million to restore.
Zandvliet's polluted werf
Zandvliet's polluted werf
Zandvliet's vast, 225 metre long enclosed werf, once described as "very beautiful" in a Cape history book, these days only has a tenacious gaggle of geese guarding filth and decay. The two silos in the background are relatively new buildings, all the others are formally thatched-roofed outbuildings and barns dating back to 1800.
Zionism protest, Cape Town
Zionism protest, Cape Town
Zionism protest, Cape Town.
Zonnekus, Cape Town
Zonnekus, Cape Town
This residence was built in 1982 and used by Sir David Graaff and his family as a seaside residence.
domestic worker, Cape Town
domestic worker, Cape Town
Ms Ingrid Pienaar at the gate to the servants' quarters of a block of luxury flats in Sea Point. The gate is locked each night, Sea Point, Cape Town.

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