- Grewia villosa, rough-leaved raisin / mallow raisin -
Sabiros is widely distributed throughout the tree and shrub savannah and on dolomite hills. It has sweet, yellow-orange, hairy berries. The ripe berries are collected and eaten or stored, but they yield very little pulp compared to other Grewia spp. berries. The berries are most plentiful from late April to early July, and many berries remain on the shrub well into the winter. Sabiros is also a favourite food of guinea fowls, bush pigs and many small, foraging animals.
Sabiros differs from other Grewia spp. in that the puckered leaves are almost round, to heart-shaped, and the berries are sparsely covered with long hairs.