Plight Of A Homeless Woman Who Has Given Up Hope

Mejurry Ngorima in front of her attack PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Mejurry Ngorima in front of her attack PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

TSOLAMOSESE: Imagine this: A mother of six living in a yard without resources, no proper structure, no water and electricity. This is the plight of 38-year-old widow, Mejurry Ngorima of Tsolamosese in Mogoditshane.

During the visit to the squatting mother of six, four females and two males, The Monitor team found Ngorima who has effectively given up finding stable accommodation because acquiring a residential plot is as inaccessible as doing laundry.

Ngorima and her children who have survived a number of evictions live in a yard made up of a number of shacks without a gate.

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