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‘Seeing mommy in court broke me’: Zephany Nurse’s real story told at last

Abducted as a baby, she has revealed her true identity as a new book tells her astonishing story

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For five years, Zephany Nurse’s real identity was kept secret. In that time, she grappled with the trauma of discovering that her “mom” had snatched her from a cot next to her real mother’s bed in a maternity ward – and that the new girl in her school was in fact her biological sister.

But now Miché Solomon, 22, has chosen to step into the limelight, first by succeeding in a court application to have an order protecting her identity rescinded, swiftly followed by the release of her new book.

Zephany: Two Mothers, One Daughter, an Astonishing True Story (NB Publishers), as told to author Joanne Jowell, hit the shelves on Tuesday afternoon, the same day the High Court in Pretoria made its ruling...

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