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Unidentified men play soccer in the streets on October in Khayelitsha, South Africa, the biggest black township outside Cape Town, South Africa. It's estimated that over one million people live here, most of them under appalling conditions in shacks with no running water or electricity. The township was founded in 1984 and it still attracts people from the rural areas that look for work in Cape Town. Most people don't find work and a lucky few are paid low wages used mostly as maids and day laborers. (Photo by: Per-Anders Pettersson)
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