Kwa Mashu is Durban's oldest township born out a the of force removal of Africans from Cator Manor by the racist Apartheid government. Through the brutality of the political violence, economic Apartheid and poverty Kwa Mashu has risen to the challenge to produce some of South Africa's greats. This is a vivid documentary about the people who still call Kwa Mashu their home. Directed by Owen ‘Alik Shahadah, A Story by Edmund Mhlongo, edited by Betelihem Zelealem, music by Ocacia.
   
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Still My Home (2014) is the story of Durban's oldest township born out a the of force removal of Africans from Cator Manor by the racist
Apartheid government. Through the brutality of the political violence, economic Apartheid and poverty Kwa Mashu has risen to the challenge to produce some of South Africa's greats. This is a vivid documentary about the people who still call Kwa Mashu their home.

Directed by multi-award winning filmmaker 'Alik Shahadah (500 Years Later and Motherland). Still My Home is part of the Motherland project. Staring Jacob Zuma (President of South Africa) and Jeff Radebe (Minister of Justice, South Africa) show their joint support for this venture, which is key to developing Africa. They call on the African Diaspora and African governments to be more instrumental in supporting and funding projects, which allow the tapping and distribution of skills between all African people.

Camera Crew Betelihem Zelealem Xolani, Vumelani, Jeff Radebe, Betelihem Zelealem, Owen 'Alik Shahadah (director), Patrick

 

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