Having grown up in Apartheid South Africa and experienced life under the racist National Party, Cuthbert was used to how a country treated its some citizens as second class. After spending 13 years outside of South Africa, he returned to see if life had indeed changed for the better.
These documentary photographs look at a sub-culture of people who live, work and play, on the streets of Durban, South Africa.
Many of them are people that many "first class" South African citizens would happily pass by without giving them a second thought.
Each person interviewed by Cuthbert was working, or in the process of looking for work, and in some way or form, lived or worked on the streets.
They are the people of Durban.
Wednesday, 01 October 2008 02:00
People of DurbanBy Daniel Cuthbert
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