Greg Sebastian Marinovich (born December 8, 1962) is a South African  photojournalist, filmmaker, photo editor, and member of the Bang-Bang Club. He co-authored the book , which details South Africa's transition to The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War democracy.
He also authored the book "Murder at Small Koppie: the real story of the Marikana Massacre", an investigative account of the events leading up to South African Police killing 34 miners, who were striking in South Africa on August 16 2012.
In the 1990s, Marinovich worked as the chief photographer for the
Associated Press in Israel/Palestine. He was awarded the  Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography in 1991 for his coverage of African National Congress supporters brutally murdering a man they believed to be an Inkatha spy. He has also received a  Leica Award and a Visa d'Or. He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 2013-2014.
He currently teaches visual journalism at Boston University and gives lectures and workshops on human rights, justice, and storytelling.
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Marinovich, Greg and Joao Silva.
The Bang-Bang Club. Basic Books: United States of America, 2000.
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