Once the Covid crisis passes, Cape Town will again be one of the darlings of international travel.
Chances are that when your plane will land in Cape Town, you'll come in low over Khayelitsha.
Just under the wings, as you fasten your seatbelt and look forward to your luxury hotel and safari, over two million souls - 90.5% Black African, 8.5% Coloured and 0.5% White - are struggling to make a living, somehow.
When Cape Town started implementing the Group Areas Act - apartheid - it did so more severely than any other major city.
Khayelitsha was built as of 1983 under the principle of racial segregation executed by the government.
By 1985, population was 30,000.