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Description CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICAResidents in a squatter section in Cape Towns largest black township, under an incongruous washing detergent advertising billboard. Thousands of people live in these ubiquitous shacks, made from materials bought or scrounged, cardboard, hardboard,plastic, corrugated iron. Many of these shacks do not have direct access to water, plumbing or electricity. Since independence in 1994, the government has instituted a massive house building program to try and accomodate the millions of South Africans in need of secure and serviced housing.Photo © iAfrika Photos. townshipshacksquatterbillboardadvertisingrdp
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Creation_date 2000-01-01T00:00:00
Media Id 91_294
Browse_path Eric Miller
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Collections Independent Photographers
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Credit Line Eric Miller / Independent Photographers / african.pictures
Keywords colour image ,South Africa,Africa,vertical,townships,informal housing,shacks,advertising signs,billboards,squatters,Western Cape,Cape Town,poverty,
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