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Another early start for the group as we wanted to utilise the facilities available to us at the HPC. Starting with a relaxing swim before breakfast to get some of the tiredness out of the players legs before training. The boys were excited to train on the blue and pink astro, they started with some low intensity positional work, next Jodie took them for stretching and warm up. This ...
... all those years ago. The class was full of black faces and seemed different ages with one other white face. I went home and couldn't relax. Picked him up and all was well, a little bit confronting and obviously a new experience. He really didn't like the first lesson of the day, Afrikaans. Day 2 couldn't get him up. Finally with a lot of convincing we turned up at school 2 hours late. Funnily, due to being late his first class was ...
... why a RPCV (returned) community is so important--to actually have people who understand what I did for 2 years.
We went to the South African PC office today. So posh, or PC light as they say. A bunch of South African PVCs are COSing soon, so I scored some free clothes, very fancy for a PCV of Zambia, so that I don't have to wear the same outfit every day.
South Africa's still just alright; I'd rather be in Zambia.
Usually guests would have arranged visits but when phones are not accessible visits are unannounced so it is a surprise. Guests have to be very honorable, polite, etiquette, and sharing. Refreshments are served during visits, and when refreshments are refused in certain households it is considered rude. Some households it is polite to have second helpings of food. Dinner guests are not expected to bring a gift. When guests leave home they are lead to gate, door, ...
... apartheid there were 19 separate education departments in South Africa. They were delineated by race: white, black, Indian and coloured. Then they were subdivided by each of the 10 "homelands" set up by the government for each tribal group. Post apartheid all these 19 departments were combined into 1 national system. My professor Teboho Moja was appointed by Mandela to be a part of the transition process. One thing that occurred was a change in ...