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IPMG1022 Mamelodi, South Africa, 1989. Migrant workers prepare supper in a common kitchen in Mamelodi Hostel, Pretoria, 1989. The apartheid system of South Africa’s previously white regime deemed most black South Africans to be ‘citizen’s’ of one of the several ethnically-designated homelands. Men were encouraged to do contract work in white South Africa, and to stay in workers’ dormitory hostels, usually in dreadful conditions. Scan of original polaroid. Photograph by Greg Marinovich/South Photographs

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