Mma Ramotswe Case Study

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Mma Ramotswe’s detective agency helped many people solve their life and daily problems. Intuition and observation were distinctive traits in Mma Ramotswe’s personality. Mma Ramotswe always followed her hunches and never doubted herself. Also, Mma Ramotswe always observed things from different perspectives and aspects. She had assumptions that helped her reach the true explanation of each case. Mma Ramotswe helped her country in various and different ways, and it all was a result of her intuition and instincts. Mma Ramotswe had strong hunches that she relied on to help solve her cases. She followed her hunches; she knew that they were efficient in solving cases. For example, in Hector Lepodise’s case, claiming that his worker, Moretsi, didn't lose his finger…show more content…
The most important one was with Mma Malatsi's case. In Mma Malats’s case, Mma Ramotswe had to have assumptions based on her hunches, and intuitions several times to get to the true explanation of her husband’s death. Mma Ramotswe did not believe that explanation of Mma Malatsi’s husband drowning in a river, and she assumed that there was another true explanation. “There was another explanation, and it made her shiver.” ( Page 42). She began digging deeper into this case, and she wanted to find out the other explanation that she believed existed. That night, she brought her neighbor’s dog with her to the river since dogs could sense stuff. The dog growled at a crocodile so Mma Ramotswe had a feeling that the crocodile was the explanation of Peter’s death. She then shot the crocodile and opened his stomach in which resulted in finding a ring and a watch. Mma Ramotswe now knew that she had the other explanation of Peter’s death since Mma Malatsi's confirmed that those items were her husband's. “’Well at least I know that he's with the Lord.’” Mma Ramotswe’s assumptions directed her to the right conclusion of the
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