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Julia moved to Eastern Cape in 2001 and have been living in East London.
She is currently working as a Math Lecturer in BuffaloCity FET college.
She actively contributes to the local Malayalee Samajan, which tries to uphold the local Indian culture and heritage.
She feels living in Eastern Cape very fulfilling.
Lakshmi Jayakrishnan lives in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa with her husband and three children.
Her love for reading has lead her into being a lecturer in the Department of Public Relations and Communication at the Walter Sisulu University, where she has been employed for the past 10 years.
She has loved every second of her Wild Coast experience.
Manoj Panicker came to SA in 1990, and has been in the education industry as a lecturer with Walter Sisulu University.
He now works as a Manager in the EDC division of the university.
Manoj is married and lives with his wife and two children, in Uhmtata
Shobha Eashwari has been living in East London Eastern Cape since 1997.
She loves the Province for it’s unspoiled beaches and it’s warm and friendly people.
Roshan Chazhikadan is an engineer and has been residing in lives in Eastern Cape, South Africa for last 23 years.
He has seen the transformation of the socio economic organisations in South Africa and has keenly been following the same.
Roshan is engaged in his own business.
Listen what Indian women, Teachers, and Businessmen have to say about life in Eastern Cape. Hear their experience on region’s culture, people, lifestyle, and safety. Group Discussions-Listen Now