Debbie Epstein tasting soup from her mother's pan
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A Piece Of Home: 'My pan fed anti-apartheid activists'

If you knew you were leaving home for the last time, what would you take with you?

As part of a series, BBC News spoke to people around the world who have been forced to leave their homes, about the items they chose to take with them.

Debbie Epstein left South Africa with her family in 1962 when the government was targeting anti-apartheid activists. She still has the saucepan her mother took with them.

  • 01 Jan 2015
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