Corruption can take us to Zim

The other day I was lazily sitting in my backyard with my brother's girlfriend and suddenly a buxom lady in her forties came rushing, flew over me and scaled our two meter fence and disappeared in the bush behind our backyard.

While I was still trying to recollect myself and ask what was happening two lanky Special Constables then came  in hot pursuit breathing heavily like greyhounds gaining in on a rabbit.  Then my brother's girlfriend started to speak with an excited voice "Ba lelekile mosadi wa LeZimbabwe, hey basadi ba Ma Zimbabwe bana le lebelo, o bone gore o tudile terata e kahe?" 

Meanwhile the two young Special Constables were gazing at the thick bush the lady had disappeared into, too shocked to speak and wondering how such a chubby lady showed them a clean pair of heels. I then found my voice and with a trembling voice I asked "O tlhaga ha kae, o dirile eng?"  The two Special Constables were still too astonished to speak and to their rescue my brother's girlfriend answered, "O ne a loga ngwanyana wa next door, go raya gore ga ana dipampiri". 

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