The Digital Journalist
©Steve Raymer
Juma Masjid, the largest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere, dominates Grey Street in Durban, South Africa's second-largest city with more than 600,000 people of Indian ancestry among its 3.2 million residents. Outside the Juma Masjid, boys of Indian origin linger before prayers with a paralyzed woman begging for food--a stark reminder of the economic divide between many black South Africans and the Indian merchant class that owns many of the shops and markets in downtown Durban.