Descriptive: 1 Personal conditions

Participant says he is hungry and asks for help.
Participant was asked to introduce himself and tell his life story.
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Text about current living conditions.
Makes a plea to be brought close to the border fence in order to be able to [illegally] set traps on the other side of the fence and trap elands. Asks that the researchers be told they he and his people are dying from hunger.
Participant was asked to talk about hunting.
Participant says that resarchers want to know about former life, that they do no longer hunt because the animals are far away, that they are hungry, he asks to be given food, says that they live on the food supplies provided by the governement, that while he is lying like that, Boers [researchers] come with another story, says that he wants to get another place to live where he will be able to hunt.
Participant was asked to talk about foraging lifestyle.
Participant relates a story she heard from her father's brother who was beaten by an Afrikaaner farmer when it turned out that one of the sheep he was herding went missing (see pdf-file for full text translated into Afrikaans).
Participant was asked to talk about farm worker's living conditions. Relates experiences of ther father's brother. Gives translations into Afrikaans.
Young woman introduces herself by naming her parents and complains about the discrimination San people are experiencing.
Participant was asked to introduce herself and speak about a topic of her choice.
Young woman praises the language documentation project, the remuneration members of her family get for their cooperation and expresses the wish for a long time participation and the hope that the project will bring development to the community.
Participant was asked to describe what she did the day before.
Participant talks about her feelings with respect to recent murder of her sister.
Participant was asked to talk about topic of her choice.
Participant is requested to speak, speaks about recent murdering of her daughter
Participant is requested to speak, speaks about recent murdering of her daughter
Participant mentions her name and birthplace, says she has been suffering her whole life long and addresses audience for help.
Participant was asked to introduce herself.
Participant talks about difficulties of transportation for children attending boarding schools.
Participant was asked to introduce herself.
Participant speaks about himself on request
Participant was asked to introduce himself.
Participant says that !Xoon people are descendants of Mboman's house and goes on talking about sufferings, losses and bad living conditions.
Participant was asked to talk about former headman Mboman.
Participant talks about hunger.
Participant was asked to introduce himself.
Chief talks about her duties.
Participant was asked to talk about her chieftaincy.
Participant talks about San working for Hereros without being paid.
Participant was asked to talk about his working experiences.
Participant talks about San working for Hereros without being paid.
Participant was asked to talk about himself and his life.
Participant talks about former life and loss of land and resources.
Participant was asked to talk about former livelihoods, is prompted several times to continue by one of her sons.
Old woman talks about good old times and current sufferings.
Participant was asked to introduce herself and talk about her life, her speech is partly prompted by her son's stepdaughter and neighbor (187-LK).
Participant talks about bad living conditions: no life, no job, bad treatment by Hereros and Boer, staying at home and dying of hunger with bushfood no longer available since trodden into the ground by the cattle of the Hereros.
Participant was asked to introduce herself and give an account of her life history.