Africans have felt a duty to care for extended family forever, but the way the new generation is dealing with this pressure is changing.
Diana Matumba grew up in Limpopo, one of the poorest regions in South Africa.
There are no paved roads. It’s a struggle to find a place to make a phone call.
“Don’t even try finding it on GPS!” Matumba says.
She describes her village as remote, quaint and though she’s loathe to use the term, a little “backwards by advancement standards.” She says most people live in tiny houses.