Now that I’m a woman, let me introduce myself.
My name is Mahlomu Dladla. I was born and raised in KwaMashu township in Durban.
I have a twin brother that looks exactly like me but is nothing like me, he is my best friend. I have a 14-year-old sister with an identity crisis, she doesn’t understand black people at all.
My mother, a staunch Christian, is a nurse. She is a no-nonsense kind of lady like all women in their late 40s.
My father is a court interpreter, the last time he went to church was for his wedding 23 years ago. Me and Langa, we look exactly like him.