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Mzansi is breathing smoke after seeing these homes from a Venda village.

The Venda, also known as Bavenda, are a Bantu-speaking people that lived in the Republic of South Africa region known as the Republic of Venda from 1979 to 1994. The area is currently part of Limpopo province and is located in the extreme northeastern corner of South Africa, bordering southern Zimbabwe. One thing about people in Venda is that when it comes to building big homes, they put all their offers and make sure nothing is let out. Just look some those homes based in the rural areas Venda 

 

I was talking to an ex-colleague who is busy building an 11-room house and saving for the roof; I had to ask how many bedrooms he had and he said six, all with ensuite, two lounges, a kitchen, a private cinema, and a memory room. His name is Venda.

Say one of the best, not the best because you have never been to anywhere apart from South Africa.

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