Topic: South Africa

Emin Özmen—Agence Le Journal
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World Press Photo Multimedia Awards Announced

The winners of this year’s World Press Photo Multimedia Awards include an in depth look at national protests in Turkey and train surfing in South Africa.

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Dec. 19, 2013 A view looking up from the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol before a tour of the dome in Washington, DC.
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Pictures of the Week: December 13 – December 20

From the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the burial of Nelson Mandela to China’s moon landing and Kim Jung Un smiling with the fishes, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Per-Anders Pettersson
Out There

After Apartheid: Reflecting on South Africa 20 Years Later

Per-Anders Pettersson began documenting South Africa in 1994, when the country entered its first free elections that made Nelson Mandela its president. His book ‘Rainbow Transit’ looks back at the hopeful yet turbulent time of epic change.

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SOUTH AFRICA. Soweto. December 6, 2013. Reaction to the death of Nelson Mandela on the streets outside of his former home.
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Pictures of the Week: November 29 – December 6

From tributes to the life of Nelson Mandela and violent protests in Ukraine and Thailand to chaos in the Central African Republic and a rare cloud inversion filling in the Grand Canyon, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Koto Bolofo
Photo Essay

Robben Island: Nelson Mandela’s Prison Home

Koto Bolofo’s photographic study of the Robben Island prison that once held Nelson Mandela.

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Nelson Mandela- Photographs by David Turnley
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A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley

Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley spent 28 years photographing South Africa’s struggles of apartheid. Documenting the life of Nelson Mandela and his people, Turnley reflects for LightBox on his memories of Nelson Mandela on the day of his release.

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Ponte City: An Apartheid-Era High Rise Mired in Myth

South African photographer Mikhael Subotzky and British artist Patrick Waterhouse set out to create an epic visual document exploring the long and complex history of Ponte City, the tallest residential skyscraper in Africa and a common symbol of apartheid.

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Pictures of the Week: March 29 – April 5

From deadly clashes in the West Bank and flooding in Buenos Aires to March Madness and the highest altitude performance in the world, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Zanele Muholi—Courtesy of the Artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery
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Saving Face: The Portraits of Zanele Muholi

On view at the Yancey Richardson gallery in New York, photographer Zanele Muholi’s work explores the identity of an often-maligned community in South Africa.

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Women, who are part of the Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights), stand with their weapons as they undergo military training in Aleppo
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Pictures of the Week: February 15 – 22

From female fighters in Syria and smugglers under Gaza to the second anniversary of Libya’s uprising and a 100-year-old hospital for dolls, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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