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Author: Joy Gregory
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source url I owe the completion of this project to Madgdalena, Oumas |una, Kheis, Anna and Oupa Andries. Sadly the elders and Madgdalena have now passed away and the language that they spoke may also be on the cusp of departing this world. They each opened their homes and families to me, sharing their knowledge and culture so their stories may be known outside their world.
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