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Alona Mthimkhunu (center) plays a clapping game with, at far left, her sister, Patience, 12, and neighborhood children. Without access to television or other forms of entertainment, Alexandria Township children play clapping, skipping or stone-tossing games. The township, which is across the highway from one of Johannesburg's wealthiest suburbs, is extremely overpopulated has one of the highest murder rates in the world.

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Julia Cumes
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South Africa's First Apartheid Generation
Alona Mthimkhunu (center) plays a clapping game with, at far left, her sister, Patience, 12, and neighborhood children.  Without access to television or other forms of entertainment, Alexandria Township children play clapping, skipping or stone-tossing games.  The township, which is across the highway from one of Johannesburg's wealthiest suburbs, is extremely overpopulated has one of the highest murder rates in the world.