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Brenda, her siblings and cousins dance outside their home in a rural area outside of Johannesburg, South Afrca. The children made matching outfits out of some material they found in the trash and decided a performance should follow. With no television and few toys, the Mashila children frequently make up games to entertain themselves using whatever props they find. Despite the fact that apartheid ended 7 years ago, the Mashila family lives much as they would have under the apartheid system.

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Post-Apartheid_005.jpg
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Julia Cumes
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South Africa's First Apartheid Generation
Brenda, her siblings and cousins dance outside their home in a rural area outside of Johannesburg, South Afrca. The children made matching outfits out of some material they found in the trash and decided a performance should follow. With no television and few toys, the Mashila children frequently make up games to entertain themselves using whatever props they find. Despite the fact that apartheid ended 7 years ago, the Mashila family lives much as they would have under the apartheid system.