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A township in South Africa. I spent some time working in the slums in and around Cape Town in The people are beautiful. Derelict Buildings, Slums, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Living, Beautiful Places To Visit, Cape Town, African Art, South Africa, Exterior

Poverty in South Africa

** It would be un-fair of me not to mention one of teh biggest problems in South Africa…Poverty. Poverty is a big problem in South Africa, which fuels another one of South Africa’s prob…

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Travel Research: Slum Tourism in South Africa

Today I would like to focus on the topic of slum tourism in South Africa, also known as township tourism. Slum tourism is defined as the practice of travelers visiting poor urban areas of the global South to view its impoverished conditions and understand more of the lifestyles of local inhabitants. If you want to learn more about slum tourism in South Africa, read on!

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Travel Research: Slum Tourism in South Africa

Today I would like to focus on the topic of slum tourism in South Africa, also known as township tourism. Slum tourism is defined as the practice of travelers visiting poor urban areas of the global South to view its impoverished conditions and understand more of the lifestyles of local inhabitants. If you want to learn more about slum tourism in South Africa, read on!

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cape town – Gathua's Blog

During the Apartheid Era blacks were evicted from properties that were in areas designated as “white only” and forced to move into segregated townships. Separate townships were established for each of the three designated non-white race groups (blacks, coloureds and Indians)