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Ghetto Dances: Walking with the dead: Spooky side of the night

Behind us, Rasta suddenly tripped and fell headlong, his head hitting the ground first. He moaned as he tried to get up.
By Onie Ndoro Jul. 7, 2024

Strategy, the recipe for success

After that we left for Zororo Bar.  By this time, the sun was dipping in the western horizon and the sky was yellow above the silhouettes of the houses in the distant horizon.
By Onie Ndoro Jun. 16, 2024

GhettoDances: An unexpected visit to the bar

The clean-up campaign by council was affecting small businesses which in most cases were not registered anyway.
By Onie Ndoro May. 12, 2024

Ghetto Dances: Surely, the bubble will burst

“In that case, stay away from her, if Mukorogodo gets wind of it, he will roast you alive,” said Baba VaTata. Rasta just laughed laconically.
By Onie Ndoro Mar. 31, 2024

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: I made the most of it like there was no tomorrow

There was nothing he could not do if the price was good enough. Handitika was also a good friend of Baba VaTata.
By Onie Ndoro Jul. 9, 2023

Electricity dilemma

During half-time Putin just blubbered: “How is it someone can live in the ceiling for ten good years?”
By Onie Ndoro Dec. 11, 2022

Ghetto: Where spirit of ubuntu stands out

A huge crowd had gathered to watch.  For one reason or another, many of us who liked to watch the premier league matches we always went to the shops for that.
By Onie Ndoro Nov. 13, 2022

The pain, humiliation that comes with being penniless is unbearable

That was mistake number one.  Mistake number two was to linger with them for longer than was necessary.
By Onie Ndoro Oct. 16, 2022