The term Kasi (township/location) commonly refers to the often underdeveloped urban living areas that were usually built on the outskirts of towns and cities in South Africa. The Kasi is alive with the spirit of Ubuntu, which is a way of life meaning: ‘I am, because you are’. The Kasis/townships are the veins through which life flows, reaching far and wide across the country, and are the places where South Africa’s heartbeat can be felt.