Patrick Malema:
"Waar-is-my-kop is a ghost with no head. The fear of people talking about you when they think you cannot understand them."

Bernadette Zulu:
"Nomqebo Qabisili was named Marie by a white guy who did not know how to pronounce her name. She is a teenager aged 15."

Tshepho Sebadi:
"Joni - this guy is from Kanye in Botswana where he was born and grew up. He is a funny guy who likes girls but is afraid of approaching them."

Elvis M. Parkies:
"Junior is HIV positive. Junior's father (Mr Parkies) is constantly fighting for equal medicinal treatment for his son since Mr Parkies believes that HIV is a disease like any other disease."

Thebe Molefe:
"Shield is a young boy who was raised at the cattle post with his grand parents. He believed in success always after cattle and raiding houses."

Tlhongbotho Kebadiretse:
"Ndunyana wants to know what she lacks in her life and she wants to appreciate herself for what she is. Ndunyana is infertile."
Waar-is-my-Kop
Fortune Tellers
Patrick Malema:
"Waar-is-my-kop is a ghost with no head. The fear of people talking about you when they think you cannot understand them."

Bernadette Zulu:
"Nomqebo Qabisili was named Marie by a white guy who did not know how to pronounce her name. She is a teenager aged 15."

Tshepho Sebadi:
"Joni - this guy is from Kanye in Botswana where he was born and grew up. He is a funny guy who likes girls but is afraid of approaching them."

Elvis M. Parkies:
"Junior is HIV positive. Junior's father (Mr Parkies) is constantly fighting for equal medicinal treatment for his son since Mr Parkies believes that HIV is a disease like any other disease."

Thebe Molefe:
"Shield is a young boy who was raised at the cattle post with his grand parents. He believed in success always after cattle and raiding houses."

Tlhongbotho Kebadiretse:
"Ndunyana wants to know what she lacks in her life and she wants to appreciate herself for what she is. Ndunyana is infertile."
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Nomqebo Qabisili
Joni
Junior
Shield
Patrick Malema - Shield grew up without his father so every thing that he does he wants his mother to be proud of him. He joined karate while he was in South Afrika so I've dressed him in karate gear so that when he goes back to Botswana he can show his mother that he is a karate-kid.
Ndunyana