DS:Okay so they move you and they don’t find you a place?
KN:No, no, no.
DS:You have to find it yourself?
KN:Oh of course, yes.
DS:Now that was bad. Can we pause?
DS:Okay we are back when your father was in prison was he able to do his medical practice?
KN:No not while he was in prison. The practice was still running, you know, a few of his colleagues helped him. You know coming over from their practices - when patients came there they used to see them. But obviously it affected his practice quite a bit. You know, people are not going to come and sit in empty rooms waiting for a doctor to come, so it did affect his practice quite a bit. But when he was banned it didn’t affect him so much because he could practice medicine but he couldn’t - when he had to go for a house call he couldn’t go out of Durban, you know.
DS:So he could go around Durban?
KN:Go around Durban but not outside.
DS:Okay I just want to find out about - you know I do believe that his arrest and being banned and all this stuff it did have an effect on his political activities. So how was it possible for him, even though he was banned to still maybe say continue to have some discussions on how the