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The number of South African whites who live below the poverty line is growing steadily. White unemployment doubled since 1995. What it’s like for some white people to live in South Africa today is shown inside this post.

 

 

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

White South Africans Living in Poverty (36 pics)

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2 Comments

  1. anon-e-mouse April 2, 2010

    This is really just a ploy for sympathy. I live in South Africa – google some images of poor black South Africans who live in tin shacks, there is no comparison. Poor is poor – but black people still suffer more.

  2. asiangirl April 8, 2010

    so..is that mean white people don’t deserve to live like this?? white people should live in luxury?? so this kind of living just suitable to black people??! is that what you mean mr. author??

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