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Queen Elizabeth's visit to South Africa in 1947

The Royal Family arrived in Cape Town on 17 February 1947 and left for home on 24 April. They had travelled 7 000 km, visited more than 400 cities, towns and stop-overs, and spoken to 25 000 people.

Queen Elzabeth at Curries Fountain

The Royal Family arrived in Cape Town on 17 February 1947 and left for home on 24 April. They had travelled 7 000 km, visited more than 400 cities, towns and stop-overs, and spoken to 25 000 people.

Queen Elizabeth at Curries Fountian

The Royal Family arrived in Cape Town on 17 February 1947 and left for home on 24 April. They had travelled 7 000 km, visited more than 400 cities, towns and stop-overs, and spoken to 25 000 people.

Royal Family visit to Natal in 1947

The Royal Family arrived in Cape Town on 17 February 1947 and left for home on 24 April. They had travelled 7 000 km, visited more than 400 cities, towns and stop-overs, and spoken to 25 000 people.

 

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

The lengthy trial of leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

The lengthy trial of leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

This was South Africa's longest trial to date under the Terrorism Act

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

SASO BPC Trial. Police harass crowds of supporters of accused sentenced to prison Robben Island 20 Dec 1976

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

 

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

Mrs Pala Pillay denounces policeman for assaulting her daughter Vino Reddy

SASO/BPC trial

Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

SASO BPC Trial. Vino Reddy assaulted by policeman after sentence of accused 20 Dec 1974

SASO BPC Trial

SASO BPC Trial. Police monitor crowds after accused sentenced to prison on Robben Island

1976 Trial of Bpc and Saso leaders

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)....

 

1976 SASO/BPC trial

The lengthy trial of nine student leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) ended on this date.

SASO/BPC trial at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria

1976 Trial of Bpc and Saso leaders

SASO BPC Trial at the Palace of Justice in Pretoria

Black consciousness on trial: The BPC/SASO trial, 1974-1976

Black consciousness on trial: The BPC/SASO trial, 1974-1976

The lengthy trial of leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO)

SASO BPC Trial

The lengthy trial of  leaders from the Black People's Convention (BPC) and the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) SASO BPC Trial

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