Chelmidene Whiteboy, 16 (left), and Isabelle Whiteboy, 18 (right), dance to Kwaito music with friends at their family home, in the predominately Afrikaans-speaking mixed-race neighborhood of Hooggenoeg in Grahamstown, South Africa. ÒIÕm worried about this generation just wanting smart clothes,Ó says their mother, Sandra Whiteboy, Òbut things are changing. The young people who come in nowÓÑto the supermarketÑÒknow me, and they call my name. Before, with apartheid, they did not know me, and they did not call my name. I want these girls to see those changes, too.