White Mischief in Botswana - Marriette Bosch (In Stereo)


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CLEWS takes you to Botswana, known for its diamonds, democracy, elephants, and low crime rate – until a June night in 1996, when gunshots announce the shocking murder of a well-to-do woman in her own home. The police are stumped. Then a wedding, a housemaid, and a sister-in-law reveal the secrets of Marriette Bosch.
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Art: Jealous Woman by Jean-François Portaels, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

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