Town Bushmen. This family lives in a one-room concrete house on a dusty corner of the ghetto on Ghanzi’s outskirts. A local missionary, Beppie, brings the grandfather, Qace Qhomatca, sour milk. He has tuberculosis, and also AIDS - likely contracted years ago, when he was a community healer, through blood-letting practices. In the hot months the San live, squat, and sleep on the sand outside their houses, which are used mainly for storage. On August, 16, 2005, two months after this photograph was taken, Qace Qhomatca was buried. His anti-retroviral treatments came too late.