Johnny Miller's aerial photos a wake up call on SA's great divide

Nothing illustrates the chasm between rich and poor in SA more clearly than Johnny Miller's bird's-eye view photos - taken by drones - of affluent neighbourhoods rubbing shoulders with shacklands. But rather than despair, the photographer argues, we should use them as catalysts for change

19 May 2019 - 00:00 By CLAIRE KEETON

Nothing illustrates the chasm between rich and poor in SA more clearly than Johnny Miller's bird's-eye view photos - taken by drones - of affluent neighbourhoods rubbing shoulders with shacklands. But rather than despair, the photographer argues, we should use them as catalysts for change

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