Gulshan Khan is a South African photojournalist and visual artist. Her work traverses the multiple layers of identity, humanity, memory, transition, belonging; justice and the dignity of people. She is inspired by the concept of healing through...
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On March 05, 2019 an electricity pylon collapsed on the informal settlement below causing a fire that ravaged 150 structures which left hundreds of people homeless and destitute. Twenty-five years after democracy, South Africa still struggles with basic service delivery and housing. Many are forced to live in unsafe and dehumanising conditions; a testament to the structural and systemic legacy - the lasting oppressions of colonialism and apartheid.