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Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Media Type image
Pixel Size 2010 x 1950
Keywords October,Drum Magazine,South Africa,South African history,black and white image,square,apartheid,politics,1953,personality,Mrs Edna Mbau,Mr Mbau,black African family,Sophiatown,forced removals,Native Resettlement Act,1950s,
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Collections Baileys African History Archive
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
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Description DM2000091102:SAED:SOCIAL:PERSONALITY:OCT1953 - Mr And Mrs Mbau Are Two Of 75,000 To Be Snatched From Johannesburg Homes - He bought his freehold property in 1951 for 1,250 but under the 'Snatch' Act it is evaluated at 500. He stopped all improvemnts through the Act so he shouldn't lose more money. Edna has been helped in her studies by enjoying Western Native Public Library; Will there be one near her new home after the Snatch? Sophiatown has big churches where thousands worship. Will there be any big enough in the new Snatch Townships planned by the government? (Photograph by Jurgen Schaderberg Baileys Archives) neg 287
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