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She spoke about her beginners’ luck when playing Africa’s oldest board game.
Kasumba touched on why South Africa has not yet signed a free trade agreement that has Côte d'Ivoire salivating, and the challenges faced by small businesses (such as the 18% VAT rate).
Finally, she discussed the lack of coffee culture, despite it being Côte d'Ivoire's second largest export commodity.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
I actually won the first round!— Lee Kasumba
The game can last two days… it seems more intense than chess!— Lee Kasumba
This is the ironic thing; there are only two specialised coffee shops in Abidjan… In Côte d'Ivoire people don’t have a culture for drinking good coffee… Nobody really drinks coffee in Côte d'Ivoire… The price for a [small cup of] good cappuccino is around R56…— Lee Kasumba
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