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Description OCTOBER 1953 �SNATCH! WILL MEAN MORE RACIAL CONFLICT �NEG 283. SAED:SOCIAL:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:DRUM OCTOBER 1953 �Gray Mbau, 27-year-old Social Worker, lives with wife Louisa, son Jethron and niece Edna in pleasant Sophiatown, Johannesburg, cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Mbau are two of 75,000 to be �natched�from Johannesburg homes. He bough his free hold property in 1951 for �1250 but under the �natch�Act it is evaluated at �500. He stopped all improvements through the Act so he should not lose more money. .(Photograph by Drum Photographer �Baileys Archives) NEG 283 FRAME 10
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Keywords Drum Magazine,black and white image,Africa,South Africa,historical,square,October,1953,1950s,black African people,families,eating,kitchens,household objects,Sophiatown,Johannesburg,Gauteng,
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