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Sophiatown in 1955, when black South Africans were being forced out to southern townships.

Story of cities #19: Johannesburg's apartheid purge of vibrant Sophiatown

Sophiatown in when black South Africans were being forced out to southern townships.

Africa |  Toposo tribe, southern sudan, preparing for the rainy season

Toposa lady rebuilding the roof of her house, in preparation for the rainy season The Toposa are one of the biggest tribal groups living in the south eastern border area of South Sudan.

Toposa granaries - The Toposa are one of the biggest tribal groups living in the south eastern border area of South Sudan.

Toposa granaries - The Toposa are one of the biggest tribal groups living in the south eastern border area of South Sudan.

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Africa: Ethiopia Dorze people living in highlands west of Abyssinian Rift Valley Credit: Nigel Pavitt

Africa | Initiation rituals among Yaka people, near Kasongo Lunda, DR Congo | ©Eliot Elisofon. 1951

Initiation rituals among Yaka people, near Kasongo Lunda, Belgian Congo 1951 “Yaka masks make their appearance only during the lengthy initiation ceremonies that are performed for boys. The initiation.

Africa | Dinka children in front of a hut.  South Sudan | Dinka settled homesteads are made of mud and covered with conical thatched roofs. They are built in single- or two-story styles, and  if single, another is built in close proximity to store grain or house an extended family. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Dinka Children in Front of Hut, South Sudan by Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher - Dinka on photokunst

Homestead in Ethiopia

Homestead in Ethiopia

This picture shows a traditional Dorze beehive homestead at Checha, Ethiopia. I think the shape of this building is unique because it stand fairly tall, but also is long.

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