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Cost Of Surviving - Elijah Nyovane, of Moroka Township
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Keywords Drum Magazine, black and white image, Africa, South Africa, historical, square, January, 1952, 1950s, Johannesburg, Gauteng, townships, black African woman, mending, clothing, Drum Photographer,
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Description SAED:SOCIAL:POVERTY:DRUM JANUARY 1952Ð Cost Of Surviving Ð For hundreds of thousands of Africans rising prices mean a Battle for sheer existence. The case of Elijah Nyovane, of Moroka Township, is an illustration of the distance money can go these days. Someone ought to take the phrase Ôcost of living Ôand throw it overboard. For among the low income groups today there is no such a thing as the cost of living, itÕs the cost of survival. (Photograph by Drum Photographer © BAHA) NEG 009
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Title Cost Of Surviving - Elijah Nyovane, of Moroka Township
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