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Voices of Resilience: A Living History of the Kenneth Gardens Municipal Housing Estate in Durban
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Price: R 420
Publication Date: 2018-07-03
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 978 1 86914 398 5
Width: 170
Height: 240
Pages: 368


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Kenneth Gardens is Durban’s largest low-income municipal housing estate. Initially built for ‘poor whites’, Kenneth Gardens today is arguably one of the most socially diverse living spaces in the city. While the estate is significant in terms of its size, history and social make-up, very little has been written about it. This book provides a history of Kenneth Gardens through the oral history stories of its residents.

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