Location: Cradock, Eastern Cape Date: 1982 - Present

Cradock, a rural town with an estimated population of 60 000 residents, is 260km from Port Elizabeth, the closest city, and 800km from Cape Town. The unemployment rate is extremely high and has been increased by the drought over the past three years which has caused many farmers in the areas to retrench the labourers. This has caused a large informal settlement. As with most of our cities and towns. Cradock's planning displays the legacies of apartheid where forced removals separated people and placed buffer zones of open land between race groups.


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