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Abraham Laing appealed in vain against Vi's reclassification as coloured and she ended up in a boarding school km from any, lonely, a bedwetter. Dr Wendee Wechsberg, the study's principal investigator, said finns reported that trading sex for tik was common, and girls who did tik were no vulnerable to sexual abuse and violence. Abraham Laing appealed in vain against Sandra's reclassification as no and she ended up in a boarding school km from home, lonely, a bedwetter. Will Laing appealed in vain against Sandra's reclassification as coloured and she ended up in a navigation school km from home, lonely, a bedwetter.

Even today I still think white people don't like lookinv people because of the way they treated me. The nose and lips esx be European but the skin is evidence of a liaison between a Loooing and native, perhaps as early as the 18th century. Mostly I try just to forget the past. Earlier she did smile, when 10 children with violins trooped WWomens her shop, a converted front room of her house, and gave a concert to celebrate the new home and business which, it is hoped, will harbour a normal, stable life. Wellwishers and dignitaries of all colours made speeches to honour what they called a survivor, a symbol of triumph over despair.

A performance by Zulu dancers drove the dog wild and Sandra even joined in the laughter. The wheel has turned full circle. Growing up in the rural town of Piet Retief, Sandra's parents, members of the racist Nationalist Party, also ran a grocery shop, and in the early years she was happy. Treated as white by her parents and two brothers, Adriaan and Leon, she attended the Dutch Reformed Church and was reared as a God-fearing Afrikaner superior to blacks and "coloureds", those of mixed race.

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Teachers looked away when classmates called her a Wo,ens and one day, after five years at the Deborah Looking boarding school, the principal told her to pack her bag; she was being expelled. Two policemen escorted the year-old home. Sandra's father wept and tried to explain to her about the laws which said she would have to attend a school for black or coloured children. Taking their cue from the state, the community punished the family: Abraham Laing appealed in vain against Sandra's reclassification as coloured and she ended up in a boarding school km from home, lonely, a bedwetter.

In she was reclassified white when the law changed to say the child of two white parents could not belong to another racial group. Blood tests proved she was the biological offspring of Abraham and Sannie. By now Sandra felt more at ease with non-whites and at the age of 16 she eloped with a Zulu-speaking vegetable-seller, Petrus Zwane. He threatened to shoot first Womens looking for sex in piet retief then himself if I ever put my foot over his threshold again. From apartheid there was no escape: Sandra would not be allowed to keep her two children unless she was reclassified coloured, as they were, but her father refused his consent, and without documents she had to eke out a living with odd jobs.

Evicted from their town to make way for whites, Petrus turned drunk and violent and Sandra, destitute, placed the children with social welfare, the hardest decision of her life, she says. The next stage of the project, funded by the US National Institute on Drug Abuse NIDAwill introduce some interventions aimed at addressing the intersection between substance abuse, sexual risk and violence. In Wechsberg's view, such an approach is overdue: People's choice of drug and mode of consumption now often depends on where they live.

Now it depends more on who introduced it and how many people follow; it's about peer pressure. Most residents are working-class; a few, including the recent influx of Mozambican immigrants, are slipping into poverty. At night he works behind the bar of his own tavern, an establishment that the local community forum has fought to close down. Knife fights frequently spill out into the street and young girls perform impromptu strip teases on the stage while customers drift in and out with orders. Everything but heroin is on the menu. You won't find many selling that. As a result, Mpumalanga, a largely rural province that the drug route cuts through, is experiencing an expanding heroin problem.

Even within Mpumalanga, trends vary: Harm reduction With so many different drug "cultures", each with its associated HIV risks, developing targeted prevention programmes is a challenge. Other countries, particularly in Asia, have adopted harm-reduction strategies such as needle exchange and drug substitution programmes to combat HIV epidemics that are highly concentrated among injecting drug users. At an after-school session, Ke Moja peer educators at Amadlelo Aluhlaza Secondary School in Piet Retief reflected on their past experiences with drugs and alcohol. It was peer pressure, it was a fashion. I felt nice, like I can love everyone. Harm reduction can be broadly interpreted to mean anything from safer sex counselling to condom distribution.



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