• Apartamento Magazine
  • issue 5, Spring/Summer 2010


The story begins when I was a kid. My mother and I are queuing at a food outlet in Maputo, my hometown. At this time Mozambique had a Marxist-Leninist regime, and all food was rationed. In some stores there was nothing but empty shelves. When people got hold of five litres of oil, they would swap…

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