Photographs contributed by Graeme Williams
These taken on the evening after the massacre
Photographs contributed by Times Media Group
Angry Boipatong victim's mother speaking to the media, in Pretoria.
Angry Boipatong youth march as the army keeps a close eye.
Some of the family member of the victims who died during the Boipating violence.
An angry mob with guns in the air during the Boipating violence.
A victim, still bleeding is being carried by his friends during the violence in Boipatong.
Tokyo Sexwale leading a march on Kwa Madala Hostel after a mob coming from the hostel killed members of the community of Boipatong.
Boipatong minister in church.
Rev. Frank Chikane (SACC) leading a delegation of the South African Council of Churches in Boipatong following the unrest where many people we killed by men from the Madala Hostel. Among the delagation was Bishop Tutu, Rev. Sam Buti, Pastor Ray McCauley.
Youth during the Boipatong massacre.
Police during the violence in Boipating.
A victim lies dead next to a Panga wich could have been used to take his life during the violence in Boipatong.
The Army patrolling the streets during the violence in Boipatong.
Men taking cover during the Boipatong violence.
Boipatong after the violence.
Boys shocked to see a chained dog killed during the Boipating massacre.
A group of men gather at a house in Boipatong following the massacre.
Angry mob marching to Kwa Madala Hostel following the Boipatong massacre.
Bishop Tutu with fellow clerics arive in Boipatong following the massacre.