South Africans march in the street and hold banners to protest the new restrictions on African citizens, soon to be known worldwide as Apartheid, implemented by the white minorty government of Daniel Malan, Soweto, Johannesburg, South...More
January 29, 2010 Licence
A poster put up by the African National Congress, protesting at the policies of South African Prime Minister Daniel Francois Malan, Durban, South Africa, circa 1954.
April 27, 2014 Licence
In flat definace of Prime Minister Malan's white supremacy laws and their rigid segregation rules, these South African natives took over a train compartment marked 'For Europeans Only' and rode into Cape Town, shouting their slogan...More
May 26, 2018 Licence
Like Many Of Her Peers, This Woman Sat In The Wagon Reserved For White People To Protest Against Malan'S Government And His Regime Of Apartheid, In South Africa On September 2, 1952. Having Come To Power In 1948, Daniel Francois Malan...More
June 19, 2013 Licence
Bantu women shop in the Indian market in Durban. The Bantu deal with the Indian traders because they get fair treatment. In a shop run by whites, they would have to wait until all the white customers had been served before they would...More
Elderly white South African man smoking pipe & sitting alone on bench w. a sign noting it is FOR EUROPEANS ONLY re tough laws called apartheid instituted by the newly elected, ultra segregationist ruling party.
Crowd Of White South-Africans Gathering In Johannesburg To Request The Abdication Of The Government Led By Daniel Malan, Leader Of The Nationalist South-African Party, On March 31, 1952. Malan Had Proposed A Segregative Law On The Vote...More
South African Prime Minister, Daniel Francois Malan
Portrait of South African politician Daniel Malan 1874 - 1959 and Prime Minister 1948 - 1954 seated at his desk