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I wish to express my deep gratitude for the privilege accorded to me to address this important body.  It was with considerable reluctance that I applied for leave to appear before this Committee...
Author: O. R. Tambo
Publication date: 8 October, 1963
     There is unquestionably much which could be said on the subject of racial problems.  I think I could speak to you on the situation in South Africa for several hours and there...
Author: O. R . Tambo
Publication date: 5 Auigust 1961
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The present discussion will be based largely on experiences in Dar es Salaam and on information obtained from other comrades from time to time. . . . WHAT IS WRONG? . . . No one in the movement can...
Publication date: 5 April 1969
The struggle of the oppressed people of South Africa is taking place within an international context of transition to the Socialist system, of the breakdown of the colonial system as a result of...
Publication date: 26 April 1969
The vital and central task of the African National Congress today is the intensification of the armed struggle for the overthrow of the white fascist regime and the liberation of our motherland....
Publication date: 25 April 1969
For over two hundred and fifty years the African people fought wars of resistance against the European invaders in defence of their motherland - South Africa. Despite their heroism, courage and...
Publication date: 26 April 1969
Amateurs de clichés ou de sensationnalisme, manichéens dans l’âme, passez votre chemin ! David Goldblatt n’est pas de ce bois-là. Le photographe octogénaire a beau préférer le noir et blanc à la...
Author: Le Monde
Publication date: 15 June 2017
How does a person place himself in the current South African discourse when he is young, white and male? As someone who ticks all three boxes, this is a question I ask regularly as I seek to...
Author: Daniel Gallan
Publication date: 14 Jun 2017
Inseparable from the photographic images of world-renowned South African photographer David Goldblatt, are values. Values, like waves of light, are in some ways absorbed as the social information of...
Author: Zachary Rosen
Publication date: 13 June 2017
South African photographer David Goldblatt (87)  has installed photographs of former criminals in prisons in Birmingham and Manchester. The portraits, part of a series called Ex-Offenders, show...
Author: Matshepo
Publication date: 2 June 2017
It was an audacious plan – to find people with criminal convictions who would be prepared to return to the scene of their crimes and be photographed. But the plan was not just to take pictures, but...
Author: Inside Time
Publication date: 31 May 2017
The South African photographer David Goldblatt has installed photographs of former criminals in prisons in Birmingham and Manchester. The portraits, part of a series called Ex-Offenders, show men and...
Author: Helen Stoilas
Publication date: 30 May 2017
Johannesburg - For the better half of the past century, celebrated South African lensman David Goldblatt has turned his camera away from himself, focusing rather on the changing South African...
Author: Garreth Van Niekerk
Publication date: 28 May 2017
David Goldblatt was the first South African to be granted one of the art world’s major benchmarks for international success: a solo exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Despite the fact...
Author: Rebecca Davis
Publication date: 07 March 2017
Cape Town - The University of Cape Town has defended its protection of freedom of artistic expression, after the David Goldblatt Collection chose to move its collection to Yale University in the US....
Author: Paul Herman
Publication date: 4 March 2017

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