Unexpected church service at my home

The next morning, I received a call from Pastor Smart. He had found the phone. It was in one of his jacket pockets. We were all relieved.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 2, 2024

Ghetto dances: Shopping spree gone wrong in SA

As we disembarked from the bus, I felt compelled to remind Fatso to be vigilant.
By Onie Ndoro May. 26, 2024

GhettoDances: Gossip only breeds confusion and enmity

Then all of a sudden, the fight stopped. A young policeman who looked reluctant and confused managed to stop the fight.
By Onie Ndoro Apr. 14, 2024

GhettoDances: Colour symbolism: What does green colour imply?

All I knew about it was that a distant uncle of Fatso had asked for a favour from him to look after his house while he was away for a few days.
By Onie Ndoro Feb. 18, 2024

The cat and mouse life of Harare vendors

As I approached the large group of disgruntled vendors, a UD Nissan truck carrying municipal police arrived.
By Onie Ndoro Feb. 4, 2024

Ghetto Dances: It’s just a blame game

Mai VaMaidei was not too pleased at all as I could see from her looks.
By Onie Ndoro Dec. 17, 2023

Ghetto Dances: The economic hardships were unrelenting

The children were crowded in the kitchen doing their homework under candlelight.
By Onie Ndoro Oct. 22, 2023

Ghetto Dances: I felt trapped

The blind woman thanked me from the bottom of her heart. She spoke rapidly as she made a short prayer for me.
By Onie Ndoro Oct. 8, 2023

Ghetto dances: You cannot run away from your problems

I was just preparing to go out but it seems Mai VaMaidei was not done with me.
By Onie Ndoro Sep. 17, 2023