Sole breadwinner – Mum raises five children

Seruwaia Naivaluwaqa shows her traditional handicraft items at Furnival Park in Suva during Lomaiviti Day this week. Picture: MATILDA SIMMONS

WHEN her husband passed away in 1998, Seruwaia Naivaluwaqa was left helpless at what she was going to do next. Her husband was the sole breadwinner and she was left to look after her five children alone. So Seruwaia, 56, did what she only knew — weave and sell traditional Fijian mats to support her […]

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