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Villagers become food smugglers

”We don’t have a problem with them, they are people just like us. We just ignore them because they are not harming us in any way. They come here with their own money and buy food just like we do”

Abakkie waits on the Zimbabwean side of the Limpopo River. A number of people sit waiting for their relatives to return from shopping forays into South Africa, especially in the border town of Musina, about 100km west of this spot, along the river that marks the international boundary between the two countries.

A Zimbabwean man is washing his clothes in

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