Anti war rally regarding the Inkatha Freedom party and ANC conflict of the Nineties Soweto. South Africa, 1991


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Greg Marinovich

In the late 1980s and early 1990s conflict rose to unprecedented heights and even went beyond black-white unrest, with Inkatha clashing with the ANC/UDF and breaking their ties. Press freedom was restricted; there was turmoil everywhere and South Africa had in effect become a police state.