Moroka Dam, together with Thokoza Park, was rehabilitated in 2002 by the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA). The pictures below show plants, animals as well as people living in harmony in and around the dam. Both horses and goats need no guides to show them where to go or what to do, as they are familiar with the place. Human beings also show appreciation of their surroundings as they do not abuse or mistreat the animals. The trees are also well grown as they are not cut for wood as it is winter in the country.
Two horses graze freely at Moroka Dam. They seem unconscious of the goats and humans nearby. No owner stands by guiding or protecting them.
A pensioner from Moroka, Soweto is practising golf near the dam with the two horses nearby. He has about twenty balls that he is hitting towards a target. He fetches them all after hitting and begins his practice again until he goes home.
Green trees are also found around the dam even though it is winter. Winter is a dry season. It seems seasons do not come to pass here. It is always summer when one looks at the trees.
A candle and cloth remain, possibly from a ritual. Rituals are performed at night when people are believed to be asleep.