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Gallo Images: Men burning passes; Nelson Mandela released from jail (back cover picture); The Government of National Unity (GNU); Chris Hani and Joe Slovo; President Zuma with a traditional praise singer; Julius Malema
Leif Oernelund/Oslo Museum: Albert Luthuli
The Times & Sunday Times/ Times Media : man in green blanket at Marikana;
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Business Day: 2 November 2006
The Mail & Guardian: October 1-8, 1999; 16 February 2016; 14 May 2010
The Natal Mercury: 10 October 2016
The Star: 26 August 2016; 16 October 2006; 10 September 2015; 7 August 1996; 17 May 1995; 29 April 2016; 2 December 2015; 3 October 2016; 31 January 1996; 16 September 2016; 14 June 2016; 10 August 2016; 9 August 2016; 2 February 2010; 1 November 2006; 4 February 2010; 16 September 2016; 11 May 1994; 26 August 2016; 10 February 2015; 10 August 2015; 28 May 2015; 10 July 2016; 3 June 2016; 10 July 2017; 9 February 2017; 25 January 2017; 6 June 2015; 27 January 2017
The Saturday Star: 12 April 2008; 6 February 2010; 30January 2010; 11 June 2016;
The Sunday Independent: 5 November 2006
The Sunday Times: 11 April 2010; 24 April 2016; 27 February 2000; 3 July 2016; 29 May 2015; 30 June 2013; 2 April 2017; 11 September 2016; 1 June 2013; 23 August 2015;
The Times: 31 October 2012; 5 June 2015; 30 May 2016; 13 October 2015; 11 September 2015; 5 July 2016; 9 January 2017; 11 November 2015; 4 October 2016; 3 May 2016; 26 January 2017; 14 September 2016; 1 November 2015; 16 November 2015;
Weekend Argus: 3 April 2016
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Minette Jacobs, financial planning consultant, Alexander Forbes, Sandown, 28 October 2015
Vic Jansen, West Driefontein Mine, Carletonville, 8 May 1972.
Kathy Munro, Professor Emeritus, University of the Witwatersrand, 6 September 2016
Mayan Naidoo, Johannesburg, 2000
Ian Phimister, Research Professor, University of the Free State, 18 December 2016
Angus and Laura Smith, Johannesburg, October 1999;
Angus Smith, Johannesburg, June 2015
Richard Steyn, journalist and historian, Johannesburg, 6 January 2017
Harry Thorrold, former financial consultant, Anglo American, Johannesburg 10 July 2016
Sian Tiley-Nel, curator Mapungubwe Museum, University of Pretoria, 13 November 2015
John van Ewyk, archaeologist, Cape Town, December 2004.
Charles van Onselen, Research Professor, University of Pretoria, 8 August 1983 & 22 September 2016
Derrick Willcock, CEO Micromation, Johannesburg , 10 August 2016; 20 October 2016; 15 December 2016; 13 January 2017; 31 January 2017
Tim Williams, Mineral Resources Management Executive at Metorex, Johannesburg, 15 September 2016