KwaMagxaki matric overcomes personal struggle to ensure success

While preparing for his trial exams, Asive Diamane held his baby brother in one arm and a book in the other as tried to concentrate over the sound of his mother being abused — allegedly by a male relative — in the next room.

After the man started directing the abuse towards him and his younger brothers, Asive realised it was up to him to save them...

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