Shanglou, Sept.23—In some of the big towns and provinces there is hardly any street vendor but in a small town of Shanglou street vendors are seen at every corner which is a similar situation in most of the African countries.
The vendors are selling from apples, vegetables like tomato, potato and moroho. There are also walnuts, grapes, chillies and maize.
One does not miss Lesotho while walking along the streets of Shanglou city.
These are locally produced by villagers. They sell from about M3 to M8. The vendors use a gauge to determine the size of a bunch of moroho, a packet of walnuts or bunch of grapes.
Like any other town, it gets busier late in the afternoon when people knock off from their different workplaces.
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