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BANANA MAN: Riccardo Dzimiri

Choosing and celebrating individuals on Facebook is a common thing.

Some choose themselves while others pick family members or friends and write glowingly about them.

This week I decided to use this platform to follow that trend. My choice is a young man from my hometown Bulawayo who has added an interesting twist to his business of selling bananas.

With the unemployment rate in Zimbabwe standing at more than 80 percent, an increasing number of people have turned to vending, selling different things on the streets such as airtime, fruits, sweets, vegetables, clothes and groceries.

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