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It’s a handsome building but, sadly, all this was lost on us as we entered the church to be confronted by a market being set up.
I wanted to hear the mutterings of a congregation broken up by forced removals, saying goodbye to their spiritual home.
The black and white photograph of my parents before they were married, immortalises their time together and provides a catalyst to a conversation, facilitating the sharing of memories.
In many households it was the women who had taken on the role of home-maker and moral compass. Often they were also the breadwinners while ensuring that respectability was maintained not only in their family, but also in the community.
Nadia Kamies was born and raised in Cape Town. She graduated from the University of Cape Town with a BSc in Occupational Therapy in 1984 and worked extensively with children in hospital, school and private practice settings.