The barefoot child

Pushp Chandra Naidu. Picture: JOHN KAMEA

SOMETIME in the 196Os, a taxi driver’s son walked barefoot to his school for the first time. The school was a good two-kilometre walk from home, along with the Colonial Sugar Refinery (CSR) tramlines. In those days, the sugar cane train often left blobs of black tar behind so the soles of his cold feet […]

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