Jabu and Zodwa are buying lunch. Zodwa buys from Mr Mkhize. Jabu buys from Mr Motaung. He believes that Motaung’s kota has got more chips and atchar than Mkhize’s kota.

The queue at Mr Motaung’s shop is always longer. Zodwa waits for Jabu. Then the friends sit together in the shade to enjoy their kotas.

Zodwa notices something that makes her stare and frown.

“What are you staring at?” asks Jabu.

“Your kota! It looks bigger than mine,” says Zodwa.