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I was privileged to spend Women’s Day in Soweto.

No - I did not attend any women’s gatherings, listened to no speeches about how women should uplift themselves, or claim more power for themselves. I spend most of the day next to the football field, watching Diepkloof and Freedom Park playing in a mini football tournament.  We ate lunch together, and then walked to a nearby Tavern and shared a beer.

To be accepted by these wonderful young men, to be allowed by them to attend the day - as an complete outsider, to be allowed to listen to their discussions of the games, yes also what they think about life in general and surely also girls, was the best way to be honored as a women. 

Thanks guys for making my day very special.  I look forward to strengthening our friendships in the future.

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Comment by doctor mabila on August 19, 2011 at 7:17pm

Nice one, sesi sibongile


Comment by theboys on August 18, 2011 at 6:46pm
The pleasure was all ours..''The Boys''...
Comment by doctor mabila on August 10, 2011 at 9:01pm
Baie dankie vir alle dinge jy het het gedoen vir ons in Soweto. Die kos was baie leker. Jy is die regte example van hoe Zuid Afrikaaners moet saam bly. Wit of swart.
Comment by Schalk van Heerden on August 10, 2011 at 2:09pm
It was great having you there. Thanx for word and sous. And for being flexible.

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