Greg Lomas
A woman and her child stand among the tents at the camp for displaced Africans in Isipingo, Durban. Life in the tented camps that have sprung up in this South African coastal city after a recent spate of xenophobic attacks is far from ideal. Hundreds of people must share taps, toilets and communal sleeping quarters. The overcrowded conditions are ideal for the spread of contagious diseases such as measles, diahorrea and cholera.