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© Mohamed Ticky

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Media Type image
Keywords black African people,Tanzania,Central Africa,leaders,struggle,politics,ANC,Africa,horizontal,black and white image,icons,apartheid,struggle activists,ANC Leaders,groups,
Browse_path African National Congress Digital Archive/ANC Collections/Prints/Mohamed Ticky Papers/Photographs Loose/Processed/BOX005/FLR056
City Morogoro
Model Release MR-NON
Imported 1324231281
Dpi 600
Populated 1
Royalty Free no
Credit Line Processed prints / ANC Archives
Country Tanzania
Property Release PR-NON
Province
Ingestion_path African National Congress Digital Archive/ANC Collections/Prints/Mohamed Ticky Papers/Photographs Loose/Processed/BOX005/FLR056
Collections Mohamed Ticky
Pixel Size 4416 x 3253
Creation_date 1900-01-01T00:00:00
Description Oliver Tambo (front left), Steve Dlamini, Mohamed Tikly (back) and Miss Nkobi (front right) with medical staff at ANC-Holland Solidarity Hospital at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO). The ANC-Holland Solidarity Hospital was opened on 1 May 1984. It was planned and financed by a medical solidarity committee in Holland, with the ANC responsible for its construction. Additional equipment was supplied by Dutch supporters. Mohammed Tikly was the Director of SOMAFCO between 1982-1987. Stephen Dlamini - President of SACTU Oliver Tambo - President of the ANC
Media Id 362_42
Branded_id 362_42
Orientation landscape
Location ANC Holland Solidarity Hospital
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Pixel_size 4416 x 3253
Media_id 362_42