A sign at the entrance to the town of Kleinfontein, an all-white enclave in South Africa's Gauteng Province.
Stefan and Nicholas Swart play outside their grandparents' home near a sign that reads "We are here to stay" in Afrikaans.
A bust of Hendrik Verwoerd, who is seen as the father of apartheid, stands at the entrance to Kleinfontein.
Rita Swart, left, and Marie Kotze are residents of Kleinfontein.
Armand van Jaarsveld works as a security guard for the community.
Identity documents of residents and past residents of Kleinfontein are posted on a wall in the security booth at the entrance to the town.
Hansie Cloete, one of the congregants of the Afrikaanse Protestant Church, is pictured after a service.
A clock with the apartheid-era South African flag hangs on the wall of Johan Foley's home, alongside a pair of watches that his wife's parents used to wear.
Johan Foley's home includes the old South African flag (left) and the old Transvaal province flag (right).
Reverend Bertus van Jaarsverld of the Afrikaanse Protestant Church.
Ornaments in a garden in Kleinfontein.
Louis Pretorius, a member of the congregation at the Afrikaanse Protestant Church.
Left to right: Shante Basson, Ansie Smith, Valentia Basson and Charlie Smith. Ansie and Charlie, who look after their grandchidren permanently, live in caravans in Kleinfontein. Charlie is employed to build roads and does maintenance work in the town, while Ansie is a babysitter.
Congregants of the Afrikaanse Protestant Church, most of whom live in Kleinfontein.