Women in their sixties reminisce about the bad old days of apartheid, and talk about what has changed since then. "In 1967 I was pregnant and hiding from the police in a forest because I had no passbook,” said Nozipho Khumalo. "Back then, we all helped each other. The kids today don’t do that, they are into drugs and alcohol, don’t work and just get pregnant. Ubuntu ended with us,” said Lilian Olifant.
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