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“My grandmother. Dearly beloved" By Lunga Njikazi. Edited By Rose Richards

My grandmother was a heroine and that is all I will remember her as. If she had any flaws, I never saw them and if she did something bad, I did not hear of it. 664 more words

Depression By Lunga Njikazi. Edited by Rose Richards.

Yet again I find myself in a dark hole of misery, of gloom, a feeling of uncertainty, where the heart is torn and can hopefully get mended by some sort of attention from people who are not even aware. 545 more words

"Believing" By Lunga Njikazi. Edited By Rose Richards

Is it foolish to believe? Not only to believe, but believe in something that you know won’t happen without a willing donor and hours of tests and surgeries? 401 more words

Kidney Disease

Independent. By Lunga Njikazi. Edited by Rose Richards.

I am actually glad I got my uncle to stop taking me to hospital because even though the first four months were difficult, I would be probably long gone or would be fighting for my life motionless in a high-care. 560 more words

"My idea of cool changed" By Lunga Njikazi. Edited by Rose Richards

Even though I never got to experiment with any of them, I grew up thinking being cool had to do with smoking, drinking and being out of control. 581 more words

Reflections on Lunga’s birthday, 21 December 2017

Today, Lunga Njikazi turns 26. He is more than three months younger than my transplant. He was born when I was at bed rest with a virus I picked up post transplant. 285 more words

"Why regret?" By Lunga Njikazi. Edited by Rose Richards.

I have grown into a full grown man right now, and I am turning 26 years full of life in less than a month as result. 383 more words