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The first Woolworths in the country opened its doors in the old Royal Hotel building , Plein street, Cape Town in Durban South Africa, Hotel Secrets, Most Beautiful Cities, African History, Cape Town, Old Photos, Old Things, Black And White, Country

The first Woolworths,1931.

The first Woolworths in the country opened its doors in the old Royal Hotel building , Plein street, Cape Town in October,1931.

I was just wondering if anyone had some South African city photos from around The reason I ask is that I like the old pictures and new stuff is. Johannesburg Skyline, News South Africa, Carlton Hotel, Safari Adventure, Out Of Africa, Slums, African History, Africa Travel, Aerial View

Any photos from 1960-1990?

If it is closer, then off course. I know I would. It must have been wonderful to be part of the 20% of the population that was allowed to be in the CBD...

coppertone sun tan lotion - loved the smell of it!

Back when it was "suntan lotion", not "sun block"

Matey bubble baths, back in the sixties Matey had substance, you could eat the bubbles for gosh sake not like now it's just fluff, and yes I probably should know better.

I loved my matey!

The top 10 South African children’s TV shows from days gone by 80s Icons, Love The 90s, Those Were The Days, 80s Kids, Greek Gods, Good Old, Tv, Childhood Memories, South Africa

The top 10 South African children’s TV shows from days gone by

Who could forget Bennie Boekwurm, Liewe Heksie, Haas Das or Trompie? We've rummaged through the SABC archives to bring you some classic video clips from some of South Africa's most popular children's TV shows.

On the corner of Commissioner and Eloff Streets. Boksburg, 1979 © David Goldblatt, courtesy David Goldblatt and Goodman Gallery Johannesburg and Cape Town. Shown in the exhibition David Goldblatt at Centre Pompidou, 21 May 2018 David Goldblatt, Johannesburg City, North West Province, Marian Goodman, University Of Cape Town, British Journal Of Photography, Look Back At Me, Photo Report, Country Landscaping

David Goldblatt ou la complexité d’un monde - L'Œil de la Photographie Magazine

Le photographe sud-africain est l’invité d’honneur du Centre Pompidou à Paris. Une large rétrospective qui lui est dédiée donne le regard d’un homme attaché à rendre compte de toute la délicate réalité de son pays et de ses habitants. Chercher une « complexité modeste et secrète »…