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Kiss The Handcuffs

61 pages55 minutes


Before the collapse of the Zimbabwean economy in the early part of the first decade of the new millennium, cross border traders from Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique used to have a hard time sourcing goods from Harare for their markets back home. But then things started getting tough for Zimbabwe and the effects were keenly felt across the borders to the north and east. As hunger sharpened its fangs those who failed to reach Harare for one reason or another began to plot ways to get to the heart of the matter: to share the spoils of those lucky enough to brave the odds. This is one such case.

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