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Ox Power Featured Johannesburg Print

Ox Power

circa 1901: A single hot air balloon being pulled by a line of oxen as British commander Lord Robert and his army advance on Johannesburg, South Africa, Boer War. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

3204965, Format Square, Hot Air Balloon, Male, Working Animal

Informal Settlement of Shanty Houses in South Africa Built on Radioactive Uranium Tailings Dump, Tudor Shaft, Krugersdorp, Gauteng Province, South Africa Featured Johannesburg Print

Informal Settlement of Shanty Houses in South Africa Built on Radioactive Uranium Tailings Dump, Tudor Shaft, Krugersdorp, Gauteng Province, South Africa

An Informal Settlement of Shanty Houses in South Africa which was built on top of a Radioactive Mine Tailings Dump comprised almost entirely of highly radioactive Uranium. Tudor Shaft Informal settlement is in Krugersdorp, west of Johannesburg and is highly affected by gold mine shaft and tailings dam which are still contains uranium and uranium is radioactive. The community of Tudor Shaft are badly affected by this mines legacy. The community of Tudor Shaft builttheir shacks on the Tailings soil, planted their vegetables and kids play there. The tailings dam has uraniumand uranium is radioactive which is affecting them everyday. Secondly, the area does not have a school for kids. The area does not have running water and toilets they use the water which is polluted by acid mine drainage (AMD) and other heavy metals

© Mitchell Krog

The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - South Africa Featured Johannesburg Print

The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - South Africa

The Simmer and Jack Proprietary Gold Mines - east of Johannesburg, South Africa. The company which was founded in 1887 by the German August Simmer and Scotsman John Jack. The gold deposits were very large indeed, but could only be extracted from the pyrite with great difficulty and expense using contemporary technology (cyanide process). In the foreground can be seen a row of cylindrical froth flotation cells - part of this dangerous process. The original mine was closed down in 1969. Date: circa 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection