c1966J. Hobbs inNew S. Afr. WritingNo.3, 161Perspiring aunties scurry back and forth with cups of coffee and mounds of glistening braided koeksisters.
1977J. SikakaneWindow on Soweto 36Your mother had..succesfully borrowed a few coins from the ‘auntie’ next door.
1979Sunday Times 7 Oct. (Mag. Sect.) 1Our English-speaking fellow-countrymen have thought it wise to copy this custom and..my children’s little English-speaking friends are also told to say ‘hullo to the auntie’ and to open the door for ‘the uncle’.
1979W. EbersohnLonely Place 26Scolded by some of the old aunties for siding with the Communists.
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