1966L.G. BergerWhere’s Madam 142‘Do you want a lift nanny?’ I ask them, but apparently ‘nanny’ is a term that native girls hate — the same as their being called ‘my girl’ or ‘Mary’.
1985A. Klaaste inFrontline Dec. 32It is possibly the dread that their children should become a replication of ‘Boys’ and nannies, always shuffling the foot and scratching the head in front of authority (whites).
1993Informant, GrahamstownMy husband hated my Afro — he said it was like going to bed with a nanny.
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