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In Love With Money

In this sequel to his earlier novel, author Benjamin Sibanda takes the characters introduced in When Freedom Came, Godknows Kuzvida and Bill Chiipe, further into independence and into their more mature selves.

After being freed from remand prison following his incarceration for suspected fraud, Godknows Kuzvida comes home to find he has no wife, no company, no job and no home. Three years later, having spent his time living with Virginia, his erstwhile partner’s former ‘girlfriend’, he finds himself having to go and find Bill, in order to tell him that he and Virginia have fallen in love; because that is the kind of person he is.


Ten years ago, at the age of sixteen, He left his home in rural Maramani, Matabeleland South partly to seek his fortune in South Africa, but mainly to get away from “Gukurahundi”, the Zimbabwe army’s operation against dissidents, but seen by many in the area as a campaign against the minority Ndebeles. Separated from his travelling companions due to a flash flood as they try to cross the Limpopo, Sipho finds himself alone, in a foreign land, with nothing. This starts him on a journey of self-discovery which culminates with him meeting and falling in love with Rumbidzai, an ethnic Shona, whose people are seen as the perpetrators of the operation rresponsible for his escape from his homeland.

This is book is dedicated to the many Africans who have perished in all forms of political violence in their own countries or as a result of xenophobic attacks in foreign lands. It also remembers those that have perished as they attempt the hazardous journeys that they feel compelled to take as they escape from this vast continent that is blessed with so much; yet is cursed with poor leadership, an indifferent populace and abject poverty.

Whose LAND is it ANYWAY

In 1980, Zimbabwe gained its independence from a minority white government. Tribes of indigenous black people expected to reclaim their ancestors’ land, which had been taken over by white farmers. But after twenty years, the tribes were still forced to live on barren, crowded “reserves.”

Now, as Who’s Land Is It Anyway begins, it’s 2000, and some tribes have had enough. The Zimbabwe Patriot Alliance (ZIPA), a socialist organization, was supposed to right past wrongs, but ZIPA leaders became greedy and corrupt and did nothing to improve the plight of the displaced natives. Now a new political party is making promises…


This is a novel about one Godknows Kuzvida who, having grown up in racially segregated Rhodesia, finds himself travelling to the United Kingdom to further his education. Starting on the flight out, he experiences life in which, by and large, his race does not matter.

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