A woman walks to work during clashes in Tokoza May 22, 1993


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Greg Marinovich

Fighting between the ANC and Inkatha, and the police, claimed tens of thousands of lives. Even though the process toward democracy had begun many parties and communities in South Africa were unhappy with the way the negotiations were going. Violence escalated in the 1990-1994 period with more than 700 people dying violently in the first eight months of 1990. People were beginning to fear civil war.