Closing the loop
Closing the loop
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dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
dynamicafrica:

Buildings and Landscapes captured by South African photography Thabiso Sekgala for his series Homeland.
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2 minutes later
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Breakfast for twins - Malakal,  South Sudan. Supplied by WFP and distributed by World Vision
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Kodok
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justicemukheli:

Word http://ift.tt/1z3N2oN
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I’ve moved to a new neighbourhood
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Breakfast for a six year old girl in Malakal, South Sudan. A long way to go on International Day of the Girl.
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southsud:


When fighting erupted in Juba, South Sudan, last December between government forces and rebels loyal to an ousted vice president, it threatened to unravel everything the new country had built, both physically and culturally. One such cultural touchstone was Juba’s emerging fashion industry, led by designers such as Akuja de Garang. Her annual Festival of Fashion & Arts for Peace has drawn the attention of international press, which hailed her as one of South Sudan’s enterprising repats helping define the new country’s cultural identity.(read full article Fashion in Sudan)

Images by Benjamin Lowy
southsud:


When fighting erupted in Juba, South Sudan, last December between government forces and rebels loyal to an ousted vice president, it threatened to unravel everything the new country had built, both physically and culturally. One such cultural touchstone was Juba’s emerging fashion industry, led by designers such as Akuja de Garang. Her annual Festival of Fashion & Arts for Peace has drawn the attention of international press, which hailed her as one of South Sudan’s enterprising repats helping define the new country’s cultural identity.(read full article Fashion in Sudan)

Images by Benjamin Lowy
southsud:


When fighting erupted in Juba, South Sudan, last December between government forces and rebels loyal to an ousted vice president, it threatened to unravel everything the new country had built, both physically and culturally. One such cultural touchstone was Juba’s emerging fashion industry, led by designers such as Akuja de Garang. Her annual Festival of Fashion & Arts for Peace has drawn the attention of international press, which hailed her as one of South Sudan’s enterprising repats helping define the new country’s cultural identity.(read full article Fashion in Sudan)

Images by Benjamin Lowy
southsud:


When fighting erupted in Juba, South Sudan, last December between government forces and rebels loyal to an ousted vice president, it threatened to unravel everything the new country had built, both physically and culturally. One such cultural touchstone was Juba’s emerging fashion industry, led by designers such as Akuja de Garang. Her annual Festival of Fashion & Arts for Peace has drawn the attention of international press, which hailed her as one of South Sudan’s enterprising repats helping define the new country’s cultural identity.(read full article Fashion in Sudan)

Images by Benjamin Lowy
southsud:


When fighting erupted in Juba, South Sudan, last December between government forces and rebels loyal to an ousted vice president, it threatened to unravel everything the new country had built, both physically and culturally. One such cultural touchstone was Juba’s emerging fashion industry, led by designers such as Akuja de Garang. Her annual Festival of Fashion & Arts for Peace has drawn the attention of international press, which hailed her as one of South Sudan’s enterprising repats helping define the new country’s cultural identity.(read full article Fashion in Sudan)

Images by Benjamin Lowy
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Taxi Driver
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The neighbours  (at Juba, South Sudan)