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DM2000021106:SAED:SOCIAL:JAN1956 – Germiston’s Bantu Refuge is: The House Of The Forgotten People – On the ourtskirts of Germiston, between mine dumps and factories, stands the Bantu Refuge where hundreds of aged Africans wait to die. Imbeciles, epileptics and perverts bask in the sun, eat, sleep and wait…wait for the blessing of death. They are forgotten by their relatives and friends.(Photograph by Bob Gosani Baileys Archive) neg no: 896

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