Pictures: A portrait of Mabvuku

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A road in Mabvuku.

AMH group chief-photographer Aaron Ufumeli grew up in Mabvuku, a high density suburb that is now known for outbreaks of waterborne diseases like cholera and diarrhoea.

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Here Aaron Ufumeli gives us a portrait of the place he calls home.

Damaged roads like this one are a common sight.
Damaged roads like this one are a common sight.
Incessant water problems have forced many residents to fetch water from the few remaining boreholes.
Incessant water problems have forced many residents to fetch water from the few remaining boreholes.
A road in Mabvuku.
A road in Mabvuku.
People pushing carts or carrying water is also a common sight in Mabvuku.
People pushing carts or carrying water is also a common sight in Mabvuku.
Residents have resorted to dumping garbage at any open space available.
Residents have resorted to dumping garbage at any open space available.
Uncollected garbage is a common sight everywhere one goes in Mabvuku.
Uncollected garbage is a common sight everywhere one goes in Mabvuku.
What used to be a busy bus terminus several years ago is now an eyesore.
What used to be a busy bus terminus several years ago is now an eyesore.

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