During her four months in South Africa, Bourke-White travelled extensively around the country. She spent time in Johannesburg and Pretoria, in Durban, in the Highveld countryside, in the Eastern Cape, and in the wineland and beaches around Worcester and Cape Town, in the Western Cape. (She also travelled to South-West Africa and to Bechuanaland). This allowed her to portray the extraordinary diversity of South African life and labor, upon which apartheid sought to impose a single system of racial repression and white minority rule..
Click on the following maps in order to see the location of the photographs taken by Margaret-Bourke White that appear in this exhibit