Khaytelitsha Remembrance Square!

Khayelitsha is the second largest township in South Africa, located on the Cape Flats outside Cape Town, the name means “New Home” in Xhosa. I visited the Khayelitsha Remembrance Square, a memorial to the turbulent and rich History of Khayelitsha; established when the 1980’s Apartheid government decided to move black people from existing townships to a new township. Today Khayelitsha is home to half a million people. Some of the journey of the past 30 years is depicted in the art freezes by Mosaic Works.

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