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Studies took Sheline to Johannesburg to live with her aunt while she completes her degree programme in Journalism. During a break, she returned home in Bulawayo where she was laced, unknowingly, with a sexual locking formula by her insecure and self-doubting husband. He did it to prevent his wife from… Read More

Book / Travel

September 01, 2012

Reads: 351

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled… Read More

Book / Romance

July 16, 2012

Reads: 75

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Two Kids from Texas--a sizzling romance--one stupid mistake. Intrigue, terror and undying love culminate in the vast African wilderness. Africa can be described by many words—exotic, wild, savage, cruel, mystical and vibrant. What better setting for this unique, suspenseful and romantic story that will make you gasp, hold your breath,… Read More
Huyman rights violations being perpetrated by Maddog Mugabe and the yellow cowards who creep in the night, the Read More
Redneck American insists that the “War Against Terrorism” is not just a sleazebag ploy by the U.S.A. to get its hands on Arab Oil. Then answer two questions. 1) Why did the U.S. and her allies invade Iraqi in 1991 to stop it taking over Kurwait, which historically IS Iraqi… Read More
The struggle for democratisation in Zimbabwe has been a bumpy and seemingly impossible road. The constitutional making process of early 2000 in Zimbabwe that had started in late 1990s shows how people power was instrumental in challenging a dictatorship that seemed invincible. Read More
From Zimbabwe, Caroline Nhamoinesu ventures out of Africa to visit her eldest son, Tulani, in Atlanta, GA. Read More
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