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“In a country that was as socially manipulated as South Africa was, we are all having to find ourselves again, in ways that are not as prescribed as they were in the past, when we accepted certain identities because they were part of the political scenario. We now have the ability to embark on more personal and more self-exploratory journeys, and you have to do this if you really want to know who you are—for all sorts of reasons, but probably mostly to do with identity. And people’s sense of identity is shifting rapidly throughout the world, but particularly in South Africa.”

The kitchen of Amy ‘Madhlawu’ Louw, iVuna, KwaZulu-Natal, 1995.
Downtown Johannesburg, 1999.
Children in a stadium in Bloemfontein, 1997.
Johannesburg inner city, 2000.
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