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Who’s Thabo?

Whether you’re a returned missionary who served in Africa, a missionary headed to Africa, a family member of a missionary serving in Africa, or just a random blog stalker, I hope you’ll enjoy this random conglomeration of tidbits from a returned missionary who served in Johannesburg, South Africa. My name is Chas Hathaway, but during my first week in Africa I was given the African name, Thabo (tah-bo). I guess I was quite smiley the day they gave it to me because it means happy.

Anyway, I hope you join the discussion, enjoy your visit, and let me know if you would be interested in becoming a regular contributor.

Siabonga!

Thabo

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Refilwe Refilwe permalink
    12 June 2013 12:23 am

    Hi Thabo
    Nice site, please check in the song ‘head shoulders knees…’ you wrote Malta meaning muscle, as oppose to matlo meaning eyes. Was that your intention?
    With kindness
    Refilwe

  2. 12 June 2013 8:18 am

    LOL! Thanks, Refilwe! I just fixed it in the post. I’m glad you caught that.

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