Gogos look back?

Season 9 Episode 46

Mon, 22 Apr 2019 8:30pm 8:30 pm, Wed, 24 Apr 2019 8:30pm 8:30 pm, Sat, 27 Apr 2019 7:30pm 7:30 pm

Ladies in their sixties reminisce about the bad old days of apartheid, and talk about what has changed since then.

” If you made a video of people’s lives back then you would weep “
” In 1967 I was pregnant and hiding from the police in a forest because I had no passbook.” 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. ” Lilian Olifant

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Edit: Banele Poni

Sound: Banele Poni

Research: Primrose Mrwebi

Directed by: Jo Menell and Richard Mills

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