Umbulwana, a resettlement camp in Natal

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Africans were forced to leave Umbulwana, a so-called "Black spot" where Africans had owned land and lived for generations, and moved to resettlement camps with tiny, identical mud huts in "resettlement villages" in their designated "homelands."

By U.N. Photo


Collection: Historical Images of South Africa (United Nations)

Used by permission.

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