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Video footage of a group of armed criminals attempting to hijack a woman in her driveway has emerged on social media.Eventually the man in charge made a call or two – while I’m sitting there thinking I’m going to be ‘disappeared’ and my family will never hear from me again – but when he came back, he was all apologetic. I think when I hit the Cafeteria between Sudan and Egypt, that’s in the ‘no man’s land’ – where I ended up sleeping with seven Egyptians, beat that! I was staying in a tented camp which we had come across late at night – after travelling at full speed with my son-in-law driving flat out over a road that usually only 4 x 4s can handle.– for a couple of days as I had to wait for a carnet, it was difficult, and it became a harder country the further north you went. There was a huge sandstorm that night, and when we woke up everything was covered in sand. I’m proudly South African and visited all the embassies in each place, but in every country it seems they have no bathrooms, and the people are different.Metamorphosis is a documentary that explores the life of one of South Africa's most outrageous and vibrant characters - Granny Lee.By outfitting herself with over-the-top costumes, heavy makeup, a foul mouth and a passion for the nightlife she became the most notorious denizen of Johannesburg's decadent clubland in the seventies and eighties.