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Busani Bafana

Busani Bafana

    Pot luck on Zim's roads
    Pot luck on Zim's roads
    A Bulawayo child once swallowed a marula fruit and the kernel stuck in her throat.
    I shop till I drop
    I shop till I drop
    Zim has had its problems with food, so whenever I'm fortunate enough to visit Checkers, Shoprite or Spar in South Africa, or across the fence in...
    Mesmerising mistresses
    Mesmerising mistresses
    In Africa, as elsewhere in the world, mistresses walk tall in the corridors of power, pulling boardroom levers from the bedroom. Many think they...
    Barack who?
    Barack who?
    Bulawayo, my home city, is well known for its wide roads that allowed ox-span wagons to turn with ease. It is also known for other things starting...
    Waiter, there's a cockroach in my jambalaya
    Waiter, there's a cockroach in my jambalaya
    In my mother tongue, there's a saying that translates into "travelling makes one a chief" in English. If that were the case, I would be Chief...