Polokwane - Welcome to Juju Valley, where some 600 families live in neat rows of shacks built from corrugated iron sheets and tidy gardens.
As South Africa prepares to vote on Wednesday in the sixth general election since the advent of democracy, nearly every shack in Juju Valley is festooned with bright red posters supporting the Economic Freedom Fighters and its Commander in Chief Julius Malema or "Juju".
The vast plot of dry and dusty land on the outskirts of the northern Limpopo city of Polokwane was, the party says, donated to EFF by a private owner three years ago.
The EFF's flagship policy is to seize land from white owners without compensation and give it to poor blacks.
Since then some 600 families have moved here. There is no electricity and no running water, but the residents don't have to pay any rent.