Articles by Pamela Keletso

How beer is smuggled across the border and sold in Springs

“This is real Zimbabwe beer, a sweet memory of home”

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News | 15 September 2017

Motorists pay toll fees to Zimbabwe’s pothole entrepreneurs

Holes filled with bricks and sand and motorists charged a “thank you” fee

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News | 7 March 2017

Zimbabwean police spike motorists

Officials use dangerous method to stop traffic offenders

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Brief | 28 February 2017

Harare residents find ingenious new ways to survive

Faltering economy prompts tricks of all sorts

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Feature | 1 February 2017

Harare sex workers beat the cash crunch

Customers pay online

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News | 29 November 2016

Long jail terms for mocking Zimbabwe’s new currency

Parliament rushes through law in anticipation of bond note introduction

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Brief | 24 November 2016

Women traders at mercy of Harare police

“It is better to pay the $20 fine, than pay daily bribes,” says defiant sadza seller

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News | 19 September 2016

The night run: how Zimbabwean traders are dodging suffocating import restrictions

"We are poor. We will go naked if we are prevented from importing cheap garments for resale."

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Feature | 25 August 2016