Ian Berry

Ian Berry (born 1934) is a British photojournalist with Magnum Photos. He made his reputation in South Africa, where he worked for the Daily Mail and later for Drum magazine. He was the only photographer to document the massacre at Sharpeville in 1960, and his photographs were used in the trial to prove the victims' innocence.

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Africa Media Online

There was to be no change. Apartheid and baasskap was here to stay. (Photograph by Peter Magubane, Ian Berry, G.R.Naidoo and W. Calder © BAHA)


Africa Media Online

There was to be no change. Apartheid and baasskap was here to stay. (Photograph by Peter Magubane, Ian Berry, G.R.Naidoo and W. Calder © BAHA)


Africa Media Online

countries history. There was to be no change. Apartheid and baaskap was here to stay. (Photograph by Ian Berry © Baileys Archives)


Africa Media Online

There was to be no change. Apartheid and baasskap was here to stay. (Photograph by Peter Magubane, Ian Berry, G.R.Naidoo and W. Calder © BAHA) Villagers flee the centre of the village where the police have


University of the Witwatersrand English

Including Chinese arriving at Geldenhuys Deep property, 1905; Chinese compound, dining room, 1905; Braamfontein; medicine shop at old medicine market End street, 1938; N.B. Durban Chinese arriving, 1904; New Kleinfontein …

Campaigns: Stay at home 1960. Pass Burnings Orlando ( Ian Berry Drum Photo ) & 30. Pass Burnings- General 31


Africa Media Online

DM2001071002:SAED:STORY:SOCIAL:JAN1959 - Cape Moffie Drag - Oh, so this is what they call... (© BAHA) pictures by Ian Berry


University of the Witwatersrand English

to stay. FIVE MONTHS NIGHTMARE Pictures by Ian Berry, Peter Magubane, G. R. Naidoo, and W . Calder


Africa Media Online

Y:SOCIAL:JAN1959 - Cape Moffie Drag - Oh, so this is what they call a.... (© BAHA) pictures by Ian Berry


Africa Media Online

Dollar Brand, Makhaya Ntshoko, Johnny Gertze, Hugh Masekela; The Jazz Epistles. (Photograph by Ian Berry © BAHA)


Africa Media Online

were many protests to highlight the injustices of the South African Government. (Photograph by Ian Berry © Baileys Archive)


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