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Booze, Poverty, and Sheep Heads: A Quick Peek Inside a South African Township

Township (noun) – (in South Africa) a suburb or city of predominantly black occupation, formerly officially designated for black occupation by apartheid legislation.

Going into a township was something I both did and did not want to do. 841 more words

South Africa - Knysna

The second part of my holiday in South Africa was spent in the town of Knysna (pronounced nice-na).  It is located along the country’s famed garden route in the Western Cape province and has a beautiful waterfront. 302 more words

A New Teacher Resource Room at Ukhanyo School

One year ago the teacher resource room at Ukhanyo School looked like this – more of a cluttered storeroom really.

Masicorp volunteers Fran Louden and Paul Dibley put forward a proposal to refurbish the room and create a space that was practically useful for the teachers. 418 more words


Returning the gaze

It seems fitting to cover commentary on the gaze.

The video is short, uncomfortable and poignant: Camps Bay township tour


Skeleton Coast 360 km

Day 9 Dec. 21 Sunday
It was early in the morning and once again, we were under way. It was a beautiful day, sunny and cool. 1,266 more words

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Township Tour

We went to go visit quite a cool town on Thursday last week.

If I weren’t going to write any more or show you other photos, you probably would have thought it was a town like any other. 1,231 more words

Cape Town

My Township Tour to Langa, the Colored Township & Gugulethu

Written 3/25/2014.

On Friday, one of my best friends and I went on a township tour with a guide named Andrew. He took us to Langa, the oldest black township, where we visited the grave of a Fulbright scholar, Amy, who was murdered by two men simply because she was white. 717 more words

South Africa