I passed by the packaged chicken feet (a real bargain at $3 per kilogram), chicken hearts, and cow intestines (they look and smell awful); then I saw some packaged meat that had big "special cut" stickers. I picked one up and it said the meat was Kudu and it was only 10 Pula (about $1.50). A Kudu is like a big deer and I have seen several of them on safari since I have been here.
Having never cooked "bush meat," I decided to give it a try. I really had no clue what I was doing or how to cook it but I figured it couldn't be that hard. I broiled it in my oven like I would a steak and then sat down to eat it. It definitely tastes a little "gamey" but was good. I think I overcooked it slightly because I didn't know if it was okay to eat it with a little pink.
After doing a little research today, it turns out that Kudu is a very popular meat in South Africa and is a very lean type of meat. I will definitely be cooking it again (but maybe with a little pink next time).