Now 16, Zama had risen to become one of Borders most promising surfers from the Pt St Johns area. Not only was he surfing competitively for the province, competing at the SA Grommet Games and but he had been awarded the
Avuyile outside their home a few hundred meters from Second Beach. I can remember how stoked him and his brother were on surfing and how pleased and proud his mom was they doing something healthy that kept them outa trouble and away from the tsotsis.
A fund has been setup to help the Ndamase with the necessary expenses and get a to the area to help the other kids deal with this tragedy. The details are on the Zigzag website here.
Below are a few of the other pics from our short time with Zama.
|Zama and his older brother Avuyile outside their home|
|Second Beach in Port St Johns|
|Zama, his mom Ntombudono and brother Avuyile|
|Zama at Second Beach|