There is no tap water, electricity or shops in Lusanga, a Congolese town once known as Leverville, where the Dutch-British conglomerate Unilever long ran a profitable palm oil plantation. But the 15,000 onetime workers living on the land, recently found new hope in a stark contemporary art centre called the “White Cube” which stands somewhat strangely on the African skyline.
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