The man of Zola bridge

Mosimanegape Mosala
Mosimanegape Mosala

For years, Mosimanegape Mosala has been a regular feature at the Old Naledi Bridge in Gaborone. He hangs around the bridge, demonstrating different postures to the amazement of passers-by and motorists.

Some say the skinny middle-aged ‘Zola’ bridge man has been occupying this spot for close to 10 years.

Tales about his loitering are as legendary as the man himself. Some alleged he lost his marbles after killing a girl in a passion killing rage, and was thus bewitched by the deceased’s family. His family denies this.

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