A South African soldier holding a tear gas grenade launcher during rioting near Cape Town, South Africa, 15th September 1976. The unrest comes in the wake of the Soweto uprising of the previous June.
September 15, 1976 Licence
Black youths stoning a car during unrest in Athlone, Cape Town, South Africa, 16th September 1976. The violence comes in the wake of the Soweto uprising of the previous June.
September 16, 1976 Licence
During The Soweto Riots, Black Protesters Set Fire To A Beer Warehouse, On June 21, 1976. The Riots Were Started By Black Students Who Were Protesting Against Classes Taught In Afrikaans (A Language Of Dutch Origin).
June 21, 1976 Licence
Dead in Rioting. Johannesburg, South Africa: Residents drag away a dead man in coveralls in the black township of Soweto after police fired into crowd of demonstrators, August 25. The deaths mount as anti-government violence continues.
August 25, 1976 Licence
Some Members Of The African National Congress Burying The Victims Of The Soweto Riots In 1976.
January 01, 1976 Licence
Schwarze Frau mit einem Kind auf dem Arm in einem Wohnghetto südwestlich vom Zentrum von Johannesburg- Juni 1976
Injured people waiting for treatment after a riot in Soweto, outside Johannesburg, South Africa. The rioting started after police opened fire on a march by black students, protesting against the use of Afrikaans in lessons. One...More
June 01, 1976 Licence
Protesting pupils use the Regina Mundi Church as a refuge during the student uprising on June 16, 1976 in Soweto in Johannesburg, South Africa.
June 16, 1976 Licence
A rioter in Soweto, South Africa.
Some South African Demonstrators Using Cars As Barriers During The Soweto Riots In South Africa On June 21, 1976.
Demonstrators in the streets during the Soweto uprising, South Africa, 21st June 1976.
Over 100 people were killed and more than 1000 injured in South Africa following anti-apartheid protests in Soweto, near Johannesburgh.
Young rioters surround a burning bus during the Soweto Uprising in Johannesburg, 17th June 1976. The riots were a reaction against the government's repressive apartheid policies.
June 17, 1976 Licence
Black students protesting against the compulsory teaching of Dutch-based Afrikaans in black schools charge during a riot in Soweto. Police opened fire on 10,000 after tear gas failed to curb them. At least six persons, including four...More
Police in Soweto Township pick up the body of a white man killed in riots. Black students protested the teaching of Afrikaans, the language preferred by white South Africans, in black school. | Location: Soweto Township, South Africa.
On 16 June 1976 high-school students in Soweto, South Africa, protested for better education. Police fired teargas and live bullets into the marching crowd killing innocent people and ignited what is known as 'The Soweto Uprising', the...More