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Zohdiwe Mewakbeni, age 42, talks on her mobile phone while selling cow intestines, popular for cooking traditional food, at a roadside market on October 7, 2003 in Khayelitsha, the biggest black township, about 20 miles outside Cape Town, South Africa. She has six children, all with different men. 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. (Photo by: Per-Anders Pettersson).....
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