Percy Zvomuya delves into a world beyond the city's bright lights - a mystical African world invisible to some but vivid to others.
From a multi-storey compound to the buzzing streets of Jo'burg, man's best friend occupies an almost divine presence, writes Percy Zvomuya.
A gambler's days are always numbered, but Percy Zvomuya plays the Lotto anyway, and wishes his grandfather's number wasn't already up.
When light flurries of snow fell on Johannesburg, I saw no reason for excitement. I remembered my friend and what he told me, writes Percy Zvomuya.
It's time we devised a new standard by which to judge African cities: the size and population of its rats, writes Percy Zvomuya.
Percy Zvomuya's fear of the dark catches with up with him at a streetlamp in downtown Jo'burg.
Percy Zvomuya witnesses a remarkable but everyday incident on the streets of downtown Johannesburg.
In his inaugural Street Views column Percy Zvomuya offers a short and poignant portrait of a high-brow beggar.