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Mr Mkhize’s quarters – Page 5

AUTHOR: Lindiwe Tshabalala

ILLUSTRATOR: Marleen Visser

PUBLISHER: African Storybook Project

LANGUAGE: English

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“OK,” he says eventually, “I will give you your money back.

“And also promise that you will cut each loaf into quarters for your kotas,” speaks up Jabu.

Mr Mkhize promises that he will. Then he clears his throat and says loud enough for everyone to hear, “I also promise that I will add more atchar and more chips to my kotas.”

Mr Mkhize did indeed add extra chips and atchaar to his kotas.Soon more children were buying from him, and his shop started doing well. He was even able to hire someone to help him.

Now there is a healthy competition between Mr Mkhize and Mr Motaung, and everyone is happy.

10 Responses

  1. nice story

    mpho moeng
    26 Mar 2017 at 15:22
  2. wow quiet story to read and a good moral

    zandile
    26 Mar 2017 at 07:34
  3. wow quiet a nyç story to read and has a teaching moral

    zandile
    26 Mar 2017 at 07:32
  4. I’ve learned robbing is not right especially to your customers
    It was an interesting story

    Naledi
    25 Mar 2017 at 09:46
  5. wat a nice story it is it teaches ppl not to be greedy nd cruel

    lesedi Mosoeu
    25 Mar 2017 at 01:35
  6. Mmmh! Interesting! now I know how to deal with stingy spaza owners

    Warden
    24 Mar 2017 at 19:12
  7. Wow wonderful story..u don’t hv to robb ur customer to cover ur expensive..u must always to be honest to ur customer

    Khanyisile
    22 Mar 2017 at 21:47
  8. Interesting story indeed, and it also help out some of the shop owners and customers always right

    Nosisi
    22 Mar 2017 at 07:33
  9. Quiet interestińg story well Mr Mkhiźe was so stingy,he is that type of a person who wants to bring more money on a small thing.I’ve learnt that in order for your business to grow and generate money you should always aim țo render best seŕvices to your customers and meet their satisfaction.

    Gabriel
    21 Mar 2017 at 08:11
  10. Nice story ,I like it. We need to be honest all the time.so that people can trust us.

    Akhona
    20 Mar 2017 at 17:01

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