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Thandeka, Bonsile, and Ngabisa Magagula, another friend taken in by the Tsabedze family, at a new home site in the mountain village.
Thandeka, Bonsile, and Ngabisa Magagula, another friend taken in by the Tsabedze family, at a new home site in the mountain village. (Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez) Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez
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Africa and its children

Thandeka has lost her parents; Should she leave her siblings, too? It may be what she must do to survive

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / November 23, 2004

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SIBOVU, Swaziland -- The two old women were debating her future, but 13-year-old Thandeka Motsa could hardly bear to listen. (Full article: 3501 words)

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