Youth with Release Mandela banner arrive singing at a Int Year of the Youth cultural meeting. The ANC says that IYY activities, and the unity in action it inspired, provided cover and gave new impetus to the process of forming a national youth organisation -culminating in the launch of the South African Youth Congress (SAYCO) in 1987.
Hundreds of ANC supporters waited for a visit from President Zuma to Sonop, NW. Meetings with the traditional leaders of the NW, however lasted longer than anticipated and the President couldn't make it to Sonop. ANC campaigning in North West Province.
Former president Thabo Mbeki during the interview at his home in Houghton, Johannesburg. about the passing of Mandela and many issues that are shaping the future of South Africa.12/12/13 Photo: Oupa Nkosi
DM2000051007:GHAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:MAR1975 - Guggisberg's Daughter, Sylvia Rowena, With Colonel Acheampong - Recognition For A Man Who Helped Ghana So Much: Colonel Acheampong Salutes Guggisberg At The Unveiling Ceremony. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
Tow Somali women wearing a hijab waiting to receive a daily ration of food. Every day IDP's come from the camps to the feeding centres around Mogadishu at lunchtime to receive a basic meal of a maize staple, soup and a banana. The centres are funded by WFP but run by a local NGO called SAACID.
Forever Resorts Gariep holiday resort on the Gariep Dam (previously the Hendrick Verwoerd Dam). Free State. South Africa. The Gariep Dam forms the largest storage reservoir on South Africa with a total storage of approximately 5 500 million m3 and a surface area of more than 370 km2 when full. The dam is the central structure of the original Orange River Project which involves the supply of water to parts of the Vaal, Fish and Sundays catchments as well as to irrigation along the Orange river itself.
DOUGLAS, NORTHERN CAPE - 16 June 2008 - Dusk over the Vaal River at the municipal camp ground of the small Northen Cape town of Douglas, a few kilometres from where it joins the Orange River. Picture: Giordano Stolley/ Allied Picture Press/ APP
For the first time in half a century, Brenthurts, the 48 acre estate of mining magnate Mr. Harry Oppenheimer was opened to the public. Visitors were charged an entrance fee to see the gardens and proceeds were donated to the African Feeding Shceme