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Miriam Makeba - Miriam Makeba (l), the world famous South African singer, poses 26 August 2002 with delegates from European Green parties at the Nasrec Expo' center in Johannesburg, the venue for the Civil Society Global Forum. The world's second Earth Summit, officially known at the World Summit on Sustainable Development, opens today with politicians from around the world aiming to reduce poverty while protecting the environment but facing deep rifts between rich and poor nations and between the United States and Europe.

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Miriam Makeba (l), the world famous South African singer, poses 26 August 2002 with delegates from European Green parties at the Nasrec Expo' center in Johannesburg, the venue for the Civil Society Global Forum. The world's second Earth Summit, officially known at the World Summit on Sustainable Development, opens today with politicians from around the world aiming to reduce poverty while protecting the environment but facing deep rifts between rich and poor nations and between the United States and Europe.
  • Miriam Makeba - Miriam Makeba (l), the world famous South African singer, poses 26 August 2002 with delegates from European Green parties at the Nasrec Expo' center in Johannesburg, the venue for the Civil Society Global Forum. The world's second Earth Summit, officially known at the World Summit on Sustainable Development, opens today with politicians from around the world aiming to reduce poverty while protecting the environment but facing deep rifts between rich and poor nations and between the United States and Europe.
  • Miriam Makeba - Singers and a drummer in colourful traditional dress and beads, singing Miriam Makeba's 'Click Song' and other African favourites, perform at Square Monument on November 3, 2011 in Soweto, as they welcome Britain's Royals officials. Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla toured Johannesburg's historic Soweto township on the first full day of a visit to South Africa.
  • Miriam Makeba - A worker repairs a statue representing South African singer and anti-apartheid activist Miriam Makeba in Atteridgeville, near Pretoria June 10, 2010. The German football team is training in Atteridgeville.
  • Miriam Makeba - South African singer Miriam Makeba performs during the International Carthage festival at the Roman theatre in Carthage, near Tunis, 16 July 2005.
  • Miriam Makeba - South African anti-apartheid icon singer Miriam Makeba was posthumously awarded the 'Mama Legend' prize after a career at the pinnacle of the continent's musical scene on December 11, 2010 at the MTV Africa Music Awards ceremony in Lagos. The awards ceremony featured American rapper Rick Ross, as well as a host of top African artists including Fally Ipupa from the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa's Teargas and Kenya's P-Unit.
  • Miriam Makeba - People look at African pictures displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - A little girl walks among African pictures displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - People look at African pictures displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - People look at African pictures displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - People look at African pictures displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - People look at African photos displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - People looks at African photos displayed before going under the hammer in Brussels on November 20, 2010. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale Tuesday for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - A picture taken on November 20, 2010 shows people looking at pictures part of a 300 lots of African photography before going under the hammer in Brussels. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale on November 23 for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - A picture taken on November 20, 2010 shows a woman looking at pictures part of a 300 lots of African photography before going under the hammer in Brussels. In what is billed as the first auction yet held of African photography, some 300 lots of pictures spanning more than a century are up for sale on November 23 for an estimated 340,000 euros. From dusty World War II battlefields in Libya, to a 1935 snap of Ethiopia's royal Negus, and shots from the 1950s of Miriam Makeba or Nelson Mandela laughing during his treason trial, the pictures freeze people and places right across the continent.
  • Miriam Makeba - A worker repairs a statue representing South African singer and anti-apartheid activist Miriam Makeba in Atteridgeville, near Pretoria June 10, 2010. The German football team is training in Atteridgeville.
  • Miriam Makeba - A worker repairs a statue representing South African singer and anti-apartheid activist Miriam Makeba in Atteridgeville, near Pretoria June 10, 2010. The German football team is training in Atteridgeville.
  • Miriam Makeba - A worker repairs a statue representing South African singer and anti-apartheid activist Miriam Makeba in Atteridgeville, near Pretoria June 10, 2010. The German football team is training in Atteridgeville.


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