South Africa's Angolan refugees have been told they can return 'home', but to many home is South Africa. 'I feel like a Capetonian more than anything else," says Irene Kainda with an accent that distantly references her Angolan roots and just hints at growing up in the city's flatlands. "I came to South Africa when I was seven. I don't remember Angola, I don't know where I am from and who or where my family there is," says the 21-year-old, who is studying hotel management and doing her internship at a Sea Point beachfront hotel where she was interviewed by the Mail & Guardian.
Viernes 03 Mayo 2013