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In The Street
- White Hall
White Hall can be credited with historical experiences. These experience can be traced back as far as slavery days which still continued to affect the community.
Today a feeling of dependency still has its effects in the rural community. The community is faced enormous constraints such as a rise in criminal activities due to lack of employment opportunities and basic infrastructure.
In an interview undertaken in the street it was concluded that minimal interest is given to the community and it is continually being ignored by the prestigious individuals.
In addition, the literacy of individuals is very poor as a survey conducted in January shows that ages group 10–55 person have difficulties in reading.
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