Donkin Reserve is an open space established by Sir Rufane Donkin. The Pyramid was erected in memory of Elizabeth Donkin.
The Voting Line Sculpture represents those who participated in the peaceful April 1994 voting process.
Originally built for British settlers. These houses are being refurbished.
The Lighthouse was built in 1861 and is no longer used today.
The mosaic was created by students at Nelson Mandela University. It tells the history of Port Elizabeth.
The largest South African Flag in the country. It is the size of half a tennis court. Green for land, blue for ocean, red for blood spilled in freedom fight, white for white people, black for black people and gold for country's resources.
Hair salons everywhere. Anything to make some money. (from bus).
Old salt pan. (from bus).
Missionvale Township shacks. (from bus).
Missionvale cement houses built by Mandela after 1994. There are obviously not enough of these due to government corruption. (from bus).
People, especially children, are very friendly and wave as bus passes by. (from bus).
Example of houses of upper class (i.e. doctors, heads of large companies, etc.) (from bus).
These houses were built for black policemen. (from bus).
Area has 60% unemployment. (from bus).
Children of Rhamaphosa Village, a squatter camp, greet our bus.
The Rhamaphosa Village Arts & Craft Center. Women sold handcrafts as a way to make a meager living.
Gate to the shack.
Principle and local folk group met our bus at the school.
Philosophy of the school displayed through graffiti.
She has been principle here since 1998 and through her efforts to raise additional funds the school has been greatly imporoved.
The science lab.
Local singing group performs for us.
Another band plays xylophone and sing.
Engaging a member of our group to sing.
The tour company is in partnership with Rhamaphosa Village. Half the cost of our tour was given to the village and we left paper for the school with the principle..