Eric Miller (27) More files...
South African b.1955



Eric Miller is one of the most widely published and experienced photojournalists working in South Africa.



In the 1980s, he documented the struggle against apartheid and since the 1990s he has covered various aspects of the transformation process in South Africa, as well as travelling extensively across Africa on assignment for various European publications.



Miller has worked on a range of assignments, from news-related stories covering the horrors of the Rwandan genocide and famine in Sudan, to human interest features such as women's boxing, the training of sangomas and evocative essays capturing highlights of several dance and opera productions.



A resident of Bloekombos squatter camp wails and beats a drum as white council...
10/04/1990
Riot police arrest Reverend Michael Weider, an Anglican priest from the local...
06/1990
Black residents of Hillbrow are evicted from their apartment in the 'whites...
Two pupils in a school of disabled children laugh as they hold each other.
Tania Davis, a female boxer from the Athlone Township (formerly a 'coloured'...
Apartheid: racially-segregated public toilets.
Black and white women admire each other's traditional outfits on the 'Freedom...
A woman enjoys a cup of coffee outside her township home on a chilly winter...
08/2000
Hospice nurse brings medication on a home visit to an AIDS patient in a rural...
A polling station in the Du Noon squatter area on the day of the 2009 general...
22/04/2009
Foreign migrants staying in a community hall providing shelter to those who...
05/2008
Children playing a slightly worse-for-wear table football game.
Children play football in the streets of Khayelitsha Township.
Vuvuzelas made from kelp (seaweed) in a workshop set up by the charitable...
07/2009
Two female dancers in wheelchairs take part in the dance production...
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