Violence in South Africa

Riot in Duduza township during the funeral of four blacks killed during an attack on government employees. A state of emergency was imposed in July 1985 and the South African Army was called in as the violence peaked. (Photo by Kevin Carter/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images)
Riot in Duduza township during the funeral of four blacks killed during an attack on government employees. A state of emergency was imposed in July 1985 and the South African Army was called in as the violence peaked. (Photo by Kevin Carter/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images)
Violence in South Africa
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Kevin Carter / Contributor
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593346108
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Sygma
Date created:
10 July, 1985
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