Eco Affordable Homes – Green in More Ways Than One
This eco affordable home is “green” in more ways than one! Designed by Case Architects, the eco home dubbed “Columbia City Green” features a funky green
The Barbershop Clubhouses of South Africa
I'm currently going through the early stages of a re-design for this site and trying to decide on a theme I like for the header. My ideas range from a route 66 diner, a lighthouse, to an old world Parisian newspaper kiosk. Maybe a combination of them all? I'm basically a designer's worst nightmare.
Instagram post by Anje • Going Somewhere Slowly • Jun 29, 2015 at 11:57am UTC
Shanty Town at Emoya on the outskirts of Bloemfontein. It has been brought to my attention that this place has been slated for years for making money from the concept of poverty in South Africa. Even though this is a unique idea Going Somewhere Slowly does not support 'Poverty Porn'. #SouthAfrica #Bloemfontein by going_somewhere_slowly
Shanty town holiday where the rich pretend they are living in poverty
Emoya Estate claims the corrugated metal huts in Bloemfontein, South Africa, gives holidaymakers the chance to experience life in a shanty town in 'a safe environment'.
FOTOGALERÍA: El exclusivo hotel en el que pagas por vivir como 'pobre'
El complejo de casas de lámina fue bautizado como Shanty Town, en donde se ofrece la “alegría” de vivir en un barrio pobre pero con un índice delictivo menor
Instagram post by FIFA World Cup • Dec 4, 2016 at 10:03am UTC
21.5k Likes, 31 Comments - FIFA World Cup (@fifaworldcup) on Instagram: “A South African woman, bounces the ball on her head while playing with a football with other women,…”
The Legacies of Colonialism Persists With White people in South Africa holding the lion's share of all forms of capital
The role of “white monopoly capital” in post-apartheid South Africa has been in the news lately. In the South African context, it can be understood as the white population’s extensive control over the country’s economy. The Conversation