The dark side of Cape Town

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  1. An aerial view of Cape Town stadium.
  2. Tourist boarding the Sikhululeki at Robben Island Museum. Picture: Henk Kruger
  3. Robben Island Museums finances have taken a heavy knock since its ferry broke down, forcing it to hire private vessels to take visitors to and from the island. PICTURE: THOMAS HOLDER
  4. An aerial view of Robben Island
  5. During the tour he tells visitors that Robben Island was established as a place of imprisonment by Dutch settlers as far back as the 16th century. PICTURE: THOMAS HOLDER
  6. A close up view of the lock on Nelson Mandela's cell.

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