Africa is a place where the world is changing, maybe faster than elsewhere in the world and photographers are trying to document the changes. Per-Anders Pettersson went to South Africa and Congo and his web site has some echoes of the shouts of the people torn in these wide moves.
A busy street corner where women sell traditional food such as grilled sheep heads and cow intestines, in the heart of Khayelitsha, the largest and poorest black township outside Cape Town, South Africa. Many people here come from the rural areas in the Eastern Cape province to search for work. Most of them end up in shanty towns trying to make a living, if they are luck working for about 10 Euros per day as maids and casual laborers.