Iconic photographers Peter Magubane and David Goldblatt were on opposite sides of the colour divide but were united by a common humanity.

Magubane is a hardened photojournalist. He cut his teeth in the Drum Magazine constellation of the 1950s. He used his camera as a tool of liberation and suffered torture, police brutality, jail, the SA record of 586 days in solitary confinement and a five-year banning order...

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