Twenty years after apartheid, South Africa is still a work in progress. Photographers are documenting every step on the road to democracy.
South Africa has accused Donald Trump of trying to sow racial divisions after he weighed in on the country's land reform debate. The US president said in a tweet that farmers were being forced off their land and killed.
Redistribution of land has been an often neglected promise by successive governments. Some analysts say with elections due next year, political parties are now seizing on the issue for political gain. Sometimes though, this has deadly consequences.
Renowned South African photographer, David Goldblatt died on Monday, aged 87. He was best known for his unflinching portrayal of his homeland during and after the apartheid years, and his work is held in major museum collections all over the world.
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