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Botswana: Daily life in Nata village

Nata village blog describes daily life in Nata village, Botswana: “While most people in the developed world buy their beef wrapped in plastic at the local supermarket, many Nata residents still have to rely on their skills of slaughtering animals to put beef on the table. The two men pictured above are cleaning the stomache and intestines of a slaughtered cow. Many people enjoy the intestines cooked in a nice gravy served over maize meal porridge.”

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  • hello people of earth i comme in peace im doing a project in social studies and i need to know what the daily life is like in botswana.

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