Lina Magaia, Mozambican journalist, peace activist, talking with a group of refugees in Tete who fled the conflict that South Africa supported through Renamo.
"So I'm your gogo! Mama Leia (left) when I told her my grandmother's name was also Leah. She was the head of the women's organization in Tres de Fevereiro.
Judith Marshall, Canadian cooperate and friend who I stayed with in Maputo, during a visit to a Maputo bairro circa 1981/82. She worked in the Ministry of Education.
In Maputo, circa 1983
CHECKERS: THINK LOWER PRICES: Signs of South Africa in Tres de Feveiro Communal village: Men who worked in the South African mines sent remittances, so their families were better off than those who didn't. This is a shopping back from a large supermarket chain.