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Nomvula September, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Nomvula September, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Nomvula September, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
David Nzungu, an unemployed community activist and music enthusiast of Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

David Nzungu, an unemployed community activist and music enthusiast of Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of David Nzungu, an unemployed community activist and music enthusiast of Rammolutsi, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Mmamodike Ntsala, an Adult Basic Education (ABET) teacher in Rammolutsi, during an oral history with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Mmamodike Ntsala, an Adult Basic Education (ABET) teacher in Rammolutsi, during an oral history with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Mmamodike Ntsala, an Adult Basic Education (ABET) teacher in Rammolutsi, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Thomas Molefe, an elderly retrenched SAMANCOR worker of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Thomas Molefe, an elderly retrenched SAMANCOR worker of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Thomas Molefe, an elderly retrenched SAMANCOR worker of Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Thulo Ezekiel Motseki, a gravely ill retrenched worker of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Thulo Ezekiel Motseki, a gravely ill retrenched worker of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Thulo Ezekiel Motseki, a gravely ill retrenched worker of Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Pinky Komane and Lucas Serage, both high-school matric students and community activists from Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Pinky Komane and Lucas Serage, both high-school matric students and community activists from Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This still image shows Pinky Komane and Lucas Serage, both high-school matric students and community activists from Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Priscilla Ramogale, a social worker from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Priscilla Ramogale, a social worker from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Priscilla Ramogale, a social worker from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Bafana Makhanya, retrenched SAMANCOR worker and community activist of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Bafana Makhanya, retrenched SAMANCOR worker and community activist of Sebokeng, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Bafana Makhanya, retrenched SAMANCOR worker and community activist of Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Samuel Mahoko, a farm-labourer living in Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Samuel Mahoko, a farm-labourer living in Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Samuel Mahoko, a farm-labourer living in Rammolutsi, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Joyce Mokgadi, a creche and pre-school teacher of Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Joyce Mokgadi, a creche and pre-school teacher of Rammolutsi, during an interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Joyce Mokgadi, a creche and pre-school teacher of Rammolutsi, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Isaac Malome Masike, a semi-retired small business man from Rammolutsi, shows his old pass book during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Isaac Malome Masike, a semi-retired small business man from Rammolutsi, shows his old pass book during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Isaac Malome Masike, a semi-retired small business man from Rammolutsi, showing his old pass book during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Sonias Vilakazi, chief of the Matimatsatsi community in Maandagshoek, and Dale McKinley engage in dialogue during an oral history interview for SAHA's Alternative History Project.

Sonias Vilakazi, chief of the Matimatsatsi community in Maandagshoek, and Dale McKinley engage in dialogue during an oral history interview for SAHA's Alternative History Project.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Chief Sonias Vilakazi of the Matimatsatsi community in Maandagshoek and Dale McKinley engaged in dialogue during an oral history interview in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Frans Thebene, a contract worker at the Modikwa mine in Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Frans Thebene, a contract worker at the Modikwa mine in Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Frans Thebene, a contract worker at the Modikwa mine in Maandagshoek, during an interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 as part of SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Bramage Sekete, a community liaison and translator for SAHA's Alternative History Project in Rammolutsi, engages with researcher Dale McKinley during an oral history interview.

Bramage Sekete, a community liaison and translator for SAHA's Alternative History Project in Rammolutsi, engages with researcher Dale McKinley during an oral history interview.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Bramage Sekete, one of the community liaisons and translators for SAHA's Alternative History Project (AHP) in Rammolutsi, engaging with researcher Dale McKinley during an oral history interview in 2007 for the AHP, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Happy Malindi, an unemployed youth from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Happy Malindi, an unemployed youth from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Happy Malindi, an unemployed youth of Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted in 2007 by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Emmanuel Makgoga, community leader/activist and spokesperson of the Maandagshoek Development Committee, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Emmanuel Makgoga, community leader/activist and spokesperson of the Maandagshoek Development Committee, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Emmanuel Makgoga, community leader/activist and spokesperson of the Maandagshoek Development Committee, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Daniel Masemola, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Daniel Masemola, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Daniel Masemola, a widowed pensioner from Sebokeng, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
Joyce Kgwete, considered by many as Bapedi chief in Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Joyce Kgwete, considered by many as Bapedi chief in Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview with Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava.

Date: 2007
This is a still image of Joyce Kgwete, Bapedi chief from Maandagshoek, during an oral history interview conducted by Dale McKinley and Ahmed Veriava in 2007 for SAHA's Alternative History Project, entitled 'Forgotten Voices in the Present'. The still image was derived from the DVD 'A Dream Deferred' which was produced in 2008 as part of this project.
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