Every evening around 18:00, Brett Nash walks into his favourite Spar supermarket at Retail Crossing, Johannesburg, beaming with excitement. He wastes no time shouting "eita, eita!" at security guards and shoppers.
Brett is a differently abled teen who was born with a rare disease which, his mother says, has still not been properly diagnosed, even after countless visits to doctors and professors. Despite his inability to speak, he finds joy in humming.