Where's the water? Stories from Bulawayo

From Kubatana Zimbabwe Blog Tue Dec 11 2012, 05:15:20

Mary Banda (aged 80) came to Zimbabwe in the 1960s from Malawi for 'greener pastures' with her now deceased husband. She is one of those old sweethearts who wax lyrical about the "good old days," only too happy to reminisce about "how things were better when we were growing up," a life story she gladly [...]

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