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TOE CURLING STUFF: Front page news

The cash for toe story could well pass for urban legend of the year.

Videos of people showing off their top of the range cars after allegedly selling their toes to some millionaire in Harare have been circulating on social media, drawing hundreds of reactions.

The toes are reportedly fetching at least US$40, 000 (more than half a million Pula) from the said millionaire, while those that are 'lucky' are paid with high end vehicles.

And if some of the witty comments were anything to go by, a good number of people in Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa would not be having toes in...

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