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School Girl
Nwabisa Ndlokovane

Kids with Doll
Funeka Nceke

Resident of Khayelitsha
Funeka Nceke

Untitled
Nozandulela Samela

Three Bodies Deep
Danielle Gana

Woman in Enkanini
Funeka Nceke

At Pumla’s Grandmother’s Grave
Danielle Gana

Nolukholo
Phumza Brikwa

Hope
Funeka Nceke

But the Welcome is Big
Nozandulela Samela

Township
Nwabisa Ndlokovane

Market at Gugulethu
Danielle Gana

Untitled
Nozandulela Samela

In the Shabeen
Thabile Kwezi

HIV Regimen
Caroline Kompe

Skin on Skin
Caroline Kompe

Untitled
Funeka Nceke

Uncle in His Home
Caroline Kompe

Sisters
Funeka Nceke

Nolukholo’s House
Phumza Brikwa

Positive
Danielle Gana

Birth at Maternity Clinic
Yolanda Tsini

The Welcome is Big
Nwabisa Ndlokovane

Untitled
Funeka Nceke

The House is Small
Funeka Nceke

Sorrow and Surprise
Thembisa Mdatyulwe

 

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I want my kids to have warm shelter, bright future and good education. My family to accept me. I want to own a house, to be independent, have a good job so I can raise my children -- to educate them.
Nthabiseng Lamona
Cape Town project participant


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