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Shani Krebs’ homecoming was a whirlwind.
On 28 April 2012, Shani Krebs landed on South African soil after spending nearly two decades in a Thai prison. His welcome party at O.R Tambo International Airport was made up of family, friends, supporters, the media and many curious onlookers. His family never thought they’d see him home again.
Krebs returned with a unique story, a second chance at life and a renewed sense of purpose. He was convicted of attempting to smuggle 2.7 kilograms of heroin out of Thailand on 26 April 1994, a day before the dawn of democracy in South Africa. After a series of official pardons from Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Krebs found his way back to the arms of his beloved family.
In his words, it all began when he started mixing with the wrong crowds. It’s through his friends that he first tried marijuana. He then moved deeper into the drug world, where he experimented with substances such as cocaine and LSD.
His sister Joan Sacks says, “He’s changed so much. It’s like having a stranger living here.” Sacks says they’ve had arguments over wasted food, the running of bath water and how loudly people speak. The entire family also seems to have found a new appreciation for life through Krebs’ uncomplicated way of living.