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Recycling Life
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Title Recycling Life
Model Release MR-NON
Branded_id APN310193
Media Type image
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Pixel Size 3400 x 2267
Bit Depth 24
Keywords Recycle, life, 2010 world, cup host, South, Africa, country spend, 33billion, rands, preparation, world, biggest, sport Africa, country looks, havens, tourists football fields, upscale hotels, beaches country South Africa, blacks lack good housing, bad, road, poor, water, electricity supply. Unemployment, crime inhabitants, government social, economic, challenges, resilience, Brick, Moloko, ANC, activist, football, legend, Orange, farm, township largest, shacks, South Africa, skills, ex-soccer, professional, activist, initiatives, change, community projects, wealth, waste, sanitation, livelihood, unemployed, orange, Brick president, Soccer, Legend, waste, project, cycling, life soccer, project, resources collection, support, community, projects, social, enlightenment, promotion, soccer, tool, intervention, issue HIV/AIDS, behavior, control, child abuse, xenophobia, empower, soccer legends, recycling, life, capture, round, daily life Brick, andrew, esiebo, domestic, violence
Credit Line Andrew Esiebo / Africa Media Online
Collections Independent Photographers
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Orientation landscape
Property Release PR-NON
Compressed File Size 2097152
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Dpi 240
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Description Resident of the way to deposit at the wast collection site , orange .The 2010 world cup being hosted by South Africa has seen the country spending an estimated 33billion rands in preparing for this world biggest sport event happening for the first time in Africa. The country now looks like havens for tourists with new football field s, upscale hotels, beaches etc. But just behind this glistening new look of the country lies another South Africa with many deprived townships. These townships constitute predominantly blacks lack good housing, bad road, poor water and electricity supply. Unemployment and crime is the at its highest in these communitiesMany of these inhabitants of townships are frustrated by the ignorance of the government to their various social and economic challenges. Resilience seems to be the order of those living there.One resilient inhabitant is Brick Moloko, an ANC activist and football legend from the Orange farm township with largest shacks in South Africa. He
Ingestion_path african.pictures/Twenty Ten/Andrew Esiebo
Country South Africa
Royalty Free no
Media Id 12_11973
Creation_date 2010-07-07T14:08:37
Subcollections Andrew Esiebo
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Media_type image
Pixel_size 3400 x 2267
Bit_depth 24
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