Braai's (barbeque) are common in South Africa and the townships are no exception. For a few rand, you can get a various assorment of sausages and meats cooked right on the spot. Photo by Jake Salyers

Braai's (barbeque) are common in South Africa and the townships are no exception. For a few rand, you can get a various assorment of sausages and meats cooked right on the spot. Photo by Jake Salyers

Quite content with what he owns and very proud of it!! In my childhood days on a farm in the Northern Cape, South Africa an outing to the nearest farm stall on one of these exciting vehicles, belonging to a farm worker, was a real treat!!! These farm workers were like part of our family and treasured so dearly!!

Quite content with what he owns and very proud of it!! In my childhood days on a farm in the Northern Cape, South Africa an outing to the nearest farm stall on one of these exciting vehicles, belonging to a farm worker, was a real treat!!! These farm workers were like part of our family and treasured so dearly!!

17 des plus beaux arbres du monde. L'histoire du #13 va vous faire rêver ! Baobabs à Madagascar

Ils ont cru adopter un mini-cochon, mais trois ans plus tard c'est 300kg d'amour qu'ils ont eu...

17 des plus beaux arbres du monde. L'histoire du #13 va vous faire rêver ! Baobabs à Madagascar

Slum Tourism in South Africa - read about township tourism in South Africa

Travel Research: Slum Tourism in South Africa

Slum Tourism in South Africa - read about township tourism in South Africa

Shacks stretch on to the horizon in Alexandra Township in Johannesburg (GETTY), Telegraph

Nelson Mandela: South Africa's townships, then and now

Shacks stretch on to the horizon in Alexandra Township in Johannesburg (GETTY), Telegraph

Sénégal, Dakar Landscape

Sénégal, Dakar Landscape

From the series “The Prophecy” by Fabrice Monterio - on display now @ the Africa Reframed exhibition. We use about 15,000 litres (15kg) of air daily: the quality of air we breathe is vital to our health. But In Dakar and many other African cities the air is loaded with harmful pollutants. Fuel-powered vehicles pollute the air through the release of gases and particles.

From the series “The Prophecy” by Fabrice Monterio - on display now @ the Africa Reframed exhibition. We use about 15,000 litres (15kg) of air daily: the quality of air we breathe is vital to our health. But In Dakar and many other African cities the air is loaded with harmful pollutants. Fuel-powered vehicles pollute the air through the release of gases and particles.

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