Korsten was just a blot on Port Elizabeth’s landscape – riddled with plague and disease and a dreadful slum.
That is how the apartheid regime described the area in the 1950s amid one of the biggest forced removals in the country when more than 45,000 people were forcibly kicked out of the suburb and resettled in the townships of New Brighton or Kwazakhele.
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