Airport Restaurant, c1970.
This was the 'grand' restaurant at the D F Malan (Cape Town International) airport. Also see www.flickr.com/photos/8270787@N07/15671286634/in/photostream
Three Historic Johannesburg Passes
The topography of Johannesburg is distinctive with the rocky mountainous ridges and the line of koppies that runs from east to west. These are the quartzite ridges of the famous Witwatersrand. The geology is unique. Viljoen and Reimold (An Introduction to South Africa’s Geology and Mining Heritage) make the point that this is one of the few localities where the evolution of
A Photographic Journey Through Apartheid in Nelson Mandela’s South Africa
Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life, a massive volume published earlier this year to accompany the exhibit at...