"on the streets of KwaMashu"

KwaMashu is a township near Durban, formed by the apartheid government as part of their resettlement policy. Many of the black population came by process of forced removal from Cato Manor, a move which led to the riots in 1960. 

Kwa Mashu has had problems with high levels of poverty and violence, and have been targetted by a government led urban renewal programme with investments made in several community projects. The clip below is the trailer from a 2008 film, depicting life in the township: Kwa Mashu: Still my Home.