Anton Hammerl: a tribute in pictures

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  1. Kwaito star Msawawe in Johannesburg. Pic:Anton Hammerl
  2. AWB leader, Eugene Terre 'Blanche, addresses AWB supporters in Potchefstroom after his release from prison. Picture: Anton Hammerl
  3. Photo: Anton Hammerl
  4. Johannesburg International airport. Photo: Anton Hammerl
  5. A protester sits atop a road sign as Diepsloot informal settlers run amok. Photo: Anton Hammerl
  6. Mamphooko Polasi, sister of Claudia Makona, takes an emotional breather from cleaning the blood and remnants from inside the shack, where, her sister was killed and her husband critically injured, whilst asleep, by schrapnel from one of the Soweto bombings. Protea South ...
  7. Photo: Anton Hammerl

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Paddi Clay, wrote

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03:05pm on 20 May 2011
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My condolences Penny. I have been where your children are now. When my father was killed my mother said remember, he died doing what he loved. I too had no grave I was able to visit. But I honour him at the Freedom Forum memorial - where I believe Anton's name will one day be.

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02:00pm on 20 May 2011
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Amazing pictures and through them, you can witness the true soul of Anton and his amazing ability to show the world the injustices and beauty through his work! He is gone too soon and will be dearly missed! I hope his family and friends find comfort in the fact that he has left a legacy and a gift for the world to behold! RIP Anton Hammerl

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