Inside South Africa’s post-Apartheid ‘white squatter camps’ where hundreds of families live in dangerous shanty huts in desperate need of food and clothing
- Photos taken at Munsieville white squatter camp in South Africa show squalid conditions where families liveThe camp was just one of the shanty towns that were formed in the country after the 1994 fall of Apartheid
- Unsanitary conditions include a grimy-looking communal toilet and an arid, dusty ground littered with trash
- Inhabitants of the Munsieville camp say they are in desperate need of children’s clothing and food donations
By Sophie Tanno | 25 September 2019
DAILY MAIL — Photos taken at a white squatter camp in South Africa reveal the squalid conditions in which hundreds of families live.
The Munsieville camp, which lies 45 minutes from the city of Johannesburg, was one of the shanty towns that was formed after the fall of Apartheid in 1994.
Built on the site of a former dumping ground, the stinking camp houses families with young children. Rows of shanty huts made of wood and corrugated metal are lined along the dusty wasteland the squatters call home. […]