Several people we met spoke surprisingly good English.
Often they were refuges who'd escaped Zimbabwe and set up small businesses along the roadsides. Haircut-saloons, Tea-rooms, fruit & veg salesmen, bicycle-taxis, anything to generate an income. Everyone that can leave Mad Mugabe's oppressive Zimbabwe, do so. Before it gets too late.
24 hours October 7th 2007 00 :12. The sound of a dentist’s drill penetrating my temple wakes me up.
Covered in sweat I sigh, it's just a dream. It’s not a dentist’s drill; there are mosquitoes in the tent.
A wild hunt begins and ends in handclapping, then silence.
02 :23. Something has awoken the dogs. Loud barking ricochet in the distance as every dog in the village joins the cacophony. A dog yelps as his own ... read more
Africa » Mozambique » Southern » Inhambane Almost five centuries as a Portuguese colony came to a close with independence in 1975. Large-scale emigration by whites, economic dependence on South Africa, a severe drought, and a prolonged civil war hindered the country's development. The ruling ... ... read more