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Tumelo Ntimane



South Africa

Mahushu

10/28/2008

Tumelo Ntimane

Favorite Subject: Siswati Language Home Chores: Washing Dishes
Lives with: Mother Personality Trait: Bossy
Favorite Hobby: Skipping Rope Future Dream: Pilot


Mahushu


Mahushu is located in the low plains of north eastern South Africa. The community received its name from a nearby mountain and it means "too much wind." Cinder block and tin homes fill the region with hundreds of thousands of families. It is a bedroom community with access to 3 larger cities where people can work. It is estimated that the unemployment rate is 70%. Day labor and small gardening is common amongst the villages that surround the region.

South Africa


The Republic of South Africa, often called the "rainbow nation," makes up the southern tip of the continent of Africa. The country is plagued with HIV, and the numbers of orphaned and vulnerable children continue to grow. Though Apartheid is in the past, a remnant of racism and segregation remains, adding to the challenges of ministering to the poor.

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