Shine, my child; I have your back

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Shine, my child; I have your back

Kekeletso Nakeli-Dhliwayo.

Yes, our fears are plenty but our determination far greater: we are mothers, we are parents who dare to dream and believe!

The room was filled with an eerie silence when a young man said: “I fail to understand the excitement of parents over something as measly as Grade 1. Matric; that’s what will get me excited.” If murder was not a criminal offence, the women in that room would have crossed a line… These are big moments for us. These are milestones we will continue to celebrate. We remain mothers through good and bad. And the bad sometimes gets to us… Some fear their children may not have the quality of life they have become accustomed and continue to sleep right...



 


 

 

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