We visited the Kids in Kalkfontein – the other side of Cape Town.  The community gave us a warm welcome and it was an unforgettable experience for everyone.

Kalkfontein was established in the late 80s by migrant labourers from rural Towns and surrounding farms in the Eastern & Western Cape and it is a POST Apartheid Township.

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sponsored by Cape Studies – language school in Cape Town

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