We first were taken to watch women burnng the fur off goats heads over charcoal fires, then scraping the skulls out to sell!From there to visit a family of mother, grown up daughter with a month old baby& a 14 year old son living in 1 room in which they cook,eat & sleep. Outside communal shower & toilet blocks no doors! Next onto renovated buildings,luxury 2 rooms! & then on to the local pub. A shanty where the local fermented beer is made in large metal drums. A metal container is filled & passed round,tried it reluctantly,did not want to abuse their hospitality. and surprisingly it wasn`t bad. Then onto a dance display by a group of local girls who were very proud of their performance. From there to the heart of Shanty town where the living conditions are unimaginable, this family had been there for 12.5 years with little hope of anything better.Again a separate concrete block of toilets & showers(no doors) A final visit to another shantybetter than the last one, where we were offered a meal.salad, rice, meat & potatoes. Not sure waht the meat was but couldn`t insult our hostess so down it went! It is the saddest state of affairs which the ANC has a lot to answer for. I am glad we went to see firsthand the true picture of Cape Town
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