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Subcollection:
Drum Social Histories
Image number:
APN94794
Caption:
DM2002040403:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:1960 - Oliver Tambo - A few days after the Sharpevile killings Oliver tmbo was in Cape Town when he heard that the government was about to ban the ANC and PAC. The ANC had already decided that if it was banned, Oliver should leave the country to continue the struggle abroad. Oliver's friend Ronald Segal, (pictured left) drove him to Johannesburg from Cape Town and then continued their journey into Botswana. (Photo by Ken Montano Ken Montano)
Country:
South Africa
File size:
0.83 MB
Uncompressed size:
4.01 MB
Dimensions:
1833 x 2296 px
File type:
JPEG
Model Release:
No
Property Release:
No
Keywords:
South Africa,Drum Magazine,South African history,Africa,black and white image,Oliver Tambo,Ken Montano,vertical,1960,1960s,Ronald Segal,white African man,black African man,
Restrictions:
Unless specifically stated this image does NOT have all model and property releases. Additional clearance is required for non-editorial use and for use in association with socially sensitive subject matter.
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4.01 MB | 1833 px longest side | 300 dpi
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