Laurie Taylor travels to Cape Town in search of research which offers a sociological guide to many of the city's areas that fail to appear on the official tourist maps.
In the 1960s Cape Town's District Six was declared a whites-only area.
This resulted in the forced removal of over sixty thousand people from the area because of the colour of their skin.
Plans are underway to rebuild and rehouse those who were exiled to the windswept Cape Flats.
But there are some who believe that this is not the best way of dealing with the memory and legacy of apartheid.