The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We want to thank our endlessly patient and insightful editors Elizabeth Burrows and Johanna McGeary, and especially Suzanne Daley who pulled our chapters together.

Jonathan Diamond and Christine Tomasini, our agents and friends, who had passionate faith in the book when it was just a bunch of notes and anecdotes. Abner Stein in London. The editors Ravi Mirchandani at William Heinemann and Tim Bartlett at Basic Books.

Impimpi: Jerry, Joan, Julia and Mitchell Balich, Howard Burdett, David Brauchli, Kevin Carter's parents -- Jimmy and Roma, Tom Cohen, Gisella Cohen, Robin Comley, Kathy Davidson, Jude Domski, Horst Faas, Denis Farrel, Louise Gubb, Themba Hadebe, Joyce Jenetwa, Bafana Khumalo, Carolyn Lessard, Julia Lloyd, R&P, Nancy Lee, Scott MacLeod, Peter Magubane, Chris Marais, Judith Matloff, Brian Mkhize, Monty Montgomery, James Nachtwey, Juda Ngwenya, Mike Nicol, Patrick de Noirmont, Mike Persson, Gilles Peress, Rodney Pinder, The Rapoo family -- Maki, Sandy and Reginald (Boytjie), Heidi Rinke, Vivian Silva, Tina Susman, Paul Velasco, John Wills, Chuck Zoeller.

Monica Hilton-Barber and The Star for allowing us to use Ken's pictures, and Guy Adams for his picture of Kevin.

Jerry Marobyane for the 'Songs from the Struggle' and Dr Onen of Gulu, Uganda for the Acholi songs.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - The Wall 1
  • 2 - 'Ah, a Pondo -- He Deserved to Die' 4
  • 3 - 'F5.6 Should Be Right' 19
  • 4 - Fame and Friendship 35
  • 5 - Bang-Bang 47
  • 6 - A Shortcut To Heaven 60
  • 7 - Monsters 74
  • 8 - Bad Boys 84
  • 9 - Intelezi 99
  • 10 - Flies and Hungry People 109
  • Editors' Note 120
  • 11 - 'It is Good That One of You Dies' 122
  • 12 - Revolution 130
  • 13 - The Sin of Looking 144
  • 14 - 'show Us Your Dead' 154
  • 15 - 'At Least You Were There' 168
  • 16 - The Land of Milk And Honey 176
  • 17 - Up and Down 185
  • 18 - Life Should Be Roaring 195
  • 19 - A New South Africa 205
  • 20 - Finished Business 217
  • Glossary 226
  • South African Timline 237
  • Bibliography 239
  • Index 241
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