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By Drum Digital
23 June 2015

Three successful sisters from Tshwane dispel myths about albinism

The first thing that comes to mind when people living with albinism are mentioned are the horror stories of them being killed or mutilated and their body parts used for witchcraft.

Many view them as outcasts, but according to three high-achieving sisters from Tshwane, it couldn't be further from the truth.

Moleboge, Ofentse and Boipelo Lekwane have lived happy, normal lives, have top jobs and are eager to dispel the myths about the condition and want to help those who live with it from being ostracised any further.

Read more in the June 25 issue of DRUM

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