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2015 Feb. 25: I drank again…

by Siba Nkumbi I acknowledged that I suffered from alcoholism but I never fully accepted that I am the cause of my misery. Little things triggered a relapse. Here is a practical example: I lost two jobs in one month, … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.9: “Enforcing my existence!”

Edited by Fikile Mazambani AneIe Khaba is a young black woman, born in Heidelburg on the 30th of May 1992 and was raised in Springs, Kwa-Thema. She lived with her parents and would spend time at her grandmothers’ as well until 2012 when … Continue reading

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