JOHANNESBURG - Miché Solomon, better known as Zephany Nurse is now speaking out with the release of her book titled 'Zephany'.
Solomon sat down with eNCA's Annika Larsen to talk about why she decided to write the book.
Five years ago her story made headlines when it was revealed she was stolen as a baby.
Speaking about the mother who raised her, Solomon says, she still needs her.
"What I want to make very clear in the book is that I'm not condoning what she has done when I speak good things about her. What bad can I say?
"She really took good care of me. I wasn't abused or neglected."
The young woman was kidnapped from Cape Town's Groote Schuur Hospital as a newborn.
She was reunited with her biological parents when she was 17.
Solomon applied to the North Gauteng High Court for the scrapping of an interim interdict protecting her identity.
Her affidavit says she believes the interdict was necessary when she was younger.
The woman she had known as her mother was arrested in 2015 and charged with kidnapping.
She was sentenced to 10-years in prison.
Catch the full interview tonight at 6pm on #DStv403