Reuters Photographer Juda Ngwenya (17 pics)




Reuters South Africa-based photographer Juda Ngwenya who documented Nelson Mandela's historic rise to power died on Wednesday. Here: Prostitutes wait at a bar in a plush northern suburb of Johannesburg August 22, 2002. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Reuters Photographer Juda Ngwenya

A boy dressed as a traditional Zulu warrior attends the launching ceremony of the African Union (AU)

A boy dressed as a traditional Zulu warrior attends the launching ceremony of the African Union (AU) at the ABSA stadium in Durban July 9, 2002. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

A young rebel of Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) waits at the New Bridge in

A young rebel of Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) waits at the New Bridge in Monrovia August 9, 2003. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

A traditional praise singer cheers President Nelson Mandela as he addresses a rally April 27, 1995 c

A traditional praise singer cheers President Nelson Mandela as he addresses a rally April 27, 1995 celebrating the first anniversary of South Africa's democracy. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

A student doctor conducts an eye test at Kimberley train station in South Africa June 29, 2004. (Pho

A student doctor conducts an eye test at Kimberley train station in South Africa June 29, 2004. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Young South African boys, survivors of a traditional initiation ceremony receive medical care before

Young South African boys, survivors of a traditional initiation ceremony receive medical care before being transported to hospital June 25, 2002. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) rebel fighters sing and dance near the main

Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) rebel fighters sing and dance near the main New Bridge in Monrovia August 12, 2003. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

The first contingent of Nigerian troops arrives at the Monrovia international airport in Liberia, Au

The first contingent of Nigerian troops arrives at the Monrovia international airport in Liberia, August 4, 2003. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Two school children dreaming of stardom play soccer with an old weathered ball in the yard of a Sowe

Two school children dreaming of stardom play soccer with an old weathered ball in the yard of a Soweto school June 12, as South Africans await their team's first-ever match in the World Cup finals. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Nigerian men on A motorcycle drive by a body in the northern city of Kaduna on November 22, 2002, af

Nigerian men on A motorcycle drive by a body in the northern city of Kaduna on November 22, 2002, after rioting youths torched houses and churches. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Zimbabwe opposition Movement for democrtic Change supporters cheering at an election rally in Mabutw

Zimbabwe opposition Movement for democrtic Change supporters cheering at an election rally in Mabutweni township. Zimbabwe opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) supporters cheer at an election rally in Mabutweni township near Bulawayo at the White City stadium, March 26, 2005. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

African National Congress President Nelson Mandela escorts his daughter Zinzi to church October 24,

African National Congress President Nelson Mandela escorts his daughter Zinzi to church October 24, 1992. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

A Zimbabwean war veteran locks the gates of murdered farmer David Stevens' farm, in Macheke Apr

A Zimbabwean war veteran locks the gates of murdered farmer David Stevens' farm, in Macheke April 17, 2000. The farm was occupied at the time by Zimbabwean war veterans who are accused of Stevens' kidnap and murder. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

Inkatha Freedom Party members attend an election campaign rally at Alexandra township stadium May 9,

Inkatha Freedom Party members attend an election campaign rally at Alexandra township stadium May 9, 1999. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

A Mozambican soldier runs with a child through flood water towards a helicopter in the central distr

A Mozambican soldier runs with a child through flood water towards a helicopter in the central district of Cocorico March 2, 2001. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (L), defying U.S. objections to his visit, walks with L

South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (L), defying U.S. objections to his visit, walks with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi October 22, 1997 in Tripoli. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)

South African police carry the body of a man who was shot dead by unknown gunmen at the Mandela Squa

South African police carry the body of a man who was shot dead by unknown gunmen at the Mandela Squatter Camp in Kathlehong east of Johannesburg during the local government elections, December 5, 2000. (Photo by Juda Ngwenya/Reuters)




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