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Special Report Transcript Episode 62, Section 4, Time 28:09
There were soldiers all over, even on the bed where I was in the labour ward, the soldiers were surrounding my bed. My doctor, whom I remember very well, Doctor Van der Walt, asked those soldiers to move away from the room because ‘I cannot help this woman with you around.’ They were all men. They refused. I heard them talking over the radio and then afterwards they told the doctor that they should be there when I’m giving birth. They stood there … and I gave birth in their presence, looking at me, laughing at me when I was having labour pain; I was like a joke to them.
Notes: Kabelo Serokolo
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