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In her hometown of Bulawayo, Horton faced constant public humiliation and was once fired from her job as a graphic artist because of her dress presentation, according to an interview she did with Medium.Transgender Zimbabwean woman in Md. wins asylum case|Tinashe Chingarande|November 23, 2021|Washington Blade
We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo This novel tells the story Darling.Book Bag: How to Survive—Five Stories About Unlikely Survivors|Claire Cameron|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She was born in the town of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, and the family later moved to South Africa.
A gentleman in Bulawayo had a contract for a fine, large building.
But to return to our story, we arrived at Bulawayo late in the evening and were taken to the Royal Hotel.
Bulawayo is a modern wonder, an oasis of civilization in the midst of a desert of barbarism and heathendom.
Sometimes it fell to the Elder's lot to walk the thirty miles to Bulawayo in order to purchase supplies.
Many of the white people in the country and in Bulawayo were continually talking about and expecting another uprising.