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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2010

This story gives us the improvements of this country since 1994 and touches the basis of the xenophobic attacks that happened in 2008 in Cape Town. Khayelitsha is the second biggest township after Soweto (Johannesburg). We will look at its diverse culture and tradition it gained after its independence. We will take a specific look at a life of an ordinary foreign nationals living in township. They came to Khayelitsha to finish to finish their studies and get a jobs. A Ghanian will take us through his journey/life in Khayelitsha and his ups and downs as he is regarded as a foreigner.

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