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

The deserted pathways of the ghetto

It happened so quickly. I had the presence of mind to take my wallet from my pocket and throw it surreptitiously in the hedge which marked the boundary with the clinic.
By Onie Ndoro Jan. 7, 2024

Ghetto dances: The misery that surrounded me

Mai Maidei was also having a torrid time at the market as sales had declined in recent days. She was not making much money and we were struggling to meet our daily needs.
By Onie Ndoro Dec. 10, 2023

Ghetto dances: This was a moment I could cherish forever

The evening had started well until my friends started do disappear one by one.
By Onie Ndoro Nov. 19, 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

Ghetto Dances: When Cde Mobiliser dropped the bombshell

The War Vetarans corner was of particular great interest.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 18, 2023

Ghetto dances: The ghetto is a battleground for survival

I trudged wearily home from work. The weight of the day’s stress bore heavily on my shoulders.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 11, 2023

Ghetto dances: Of dry boreholes and dry politicking

“You vote for me, you vote for progress! You vote for me, you vote for better schools and clinics! You vote for me you vote for real development!
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 4, 2023

Ghetto dances: A tiny spark could trigger madness

In an effort to escape from the municipal police, fruit and vegetables fell to the ground as the street hawkers ran away in all directions.
By Onie Ndoro May. 21, 2023