Ballet dancer strikes a pose outside her home in Khayelitsha, So

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Noluyanda Mqutwana strikes a pose outside her small family house on January 30, 2000 in Khayelitsha, the biggest black township, outside Cape Town, South Africa. Noluyanda is one of about 200 unprivileged children dancing ballet in a program called Dance For All, Many children are talented and the discipline taught during the dance classes has helped many to improve their concentration in school. The township is struggling with high unemployment, crime and high levels of HIV/Aids.

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