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The Mud Hut I Grew Upon

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Gaborone is an enigma. She swallows dreams and churns out ambitions. With young lives still stranded in the ricochet of remnants of colonialism almost six decades later, the metropolis remains the ultimate go-to destination for many hungry souls with riveting and touching stories of their rising from hardened floors of tiny mud huts and porous thatched roofs and their ...more
Kindle Edition, 372 pages
Published September 14th 2014 by Brandfire Publishers
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Bonolo Molefe
Dec 17, 2014 Bonolo Molefe rated it it was amazing
Such a beautiful read! A book that goes in depth on OUR history. We were busy being educated on Shaka Zulu when we had our own history going on! And the way he takes so many stories and in the end they become one! We are separate, but we are one! Also heartbreaking. Knowing such unbelievable head shaking things happened in the past breaks my heart. But some of the truths spoken in this book from decades ago are still very relevant in today's society. We can learn from them, from their errors and ...more
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