“Locked Gates and Tall Grass” – by Leroy M. Ndlovu

The lunchtime traffic swarmed around the brazen image of the nation’s hero. Directly beneath him sat a number of photographers, each of whom had found the area particularly good for business. Schoolteachers frequently brought their grade one classes on field trips to learn about ‘Father Zimbabwe’ and his selfless contribution towards gaining independence from the imperialists who wanted to enslave the black nation for eternity.

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