1950s African Journey, Durban port and beach

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Durban Port — cargo being unloaded from large ship the ‘ African Enterprise’ such as tractors , barrels of petrol and cars — crowded beach — a beach for white people with black women dressed in maid’s uniforms watching the children in the water.

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