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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Episode 11- Broken Promises( Episode Love Story)

The story titled "BROKEN PROMISES" is a true life story written by Ros Haden.
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Episode 11a
Ntombi walked with Olwethu down the
street and round the corner to one of the
shacks in the next road. The inside of his
shack was small but cosy. There was an old
TV in the corner, and colourful newspaper
pictures on the walls as wallpaper. As
Ntombi came in Olwethu’s sister and
brother jumped up and greeted her. An old
lady, who was sitting in the only chair in the
room, put down her knitting to greet
Ntombi. “Hello Gogo, don’t get up,” said
Ntombi quickly.
“Ntombi was short at the shop and she
needs some onions to cook for her sister,”
explained Olwethu, handing his
grandmother her glasses that had fallen to
the floor.
“You are welcome, child,” the granny said.
“Give her some fruit too.” Ntombi saw that
they didn’t have much, but Olwethu was
picking out the best pieces of fruit to give
her.
“Ntombi’s singing in the competition I was
telling you about,” said Olwethu.
“Sing something for us!” His sister begged.
“Hey … stop pestering her,” said Olwethu.
Ntombi could see she was disappointed.
“I can try,” she said. She started singing –
softly at first, then louder as she got her
courage up. When she finished they all
clapped. She felt really good.
“Your parents must be so proud of you,” the
granny said. “You are so talented: a
beautiful voice for a beautiful girl.”

Episode 11b
“How many songs do you have to sing?”
asked Olwethu.
Ntombi was not used to being the centre of
attention.“Three songs. I’ve chosen one R&B,
one gospel, and a ballad.”
“And which one is your mother’s favourite?”
asked the granny.
“Well, actually…” Ntombi could lie and pick
any one. But looking at the granny’s open
face she suddenly didn’t want to lie. “Well,
actually my mother’s been too busy to listen
to me…”
“Who could be too busy to listen to that?”
asked the granny. Before she knew it,
Ntombi found that she was telling them
about how their father had left, how her
mother had got a new boyfriend, and how
she didn’t have time for them anymore.
“That must be hard for you,” said Olwethu.
Ntombi suddenly felt bad. Here he was
listening to her and sympathising, when he
had lost both his parents.
“It is difficult when a new man comes into
your house,” said the granny.
“Especially someone like Zakes,” said
Ntombi. She saw the granny and Olwethu
exchange a look – a look of what? Fear,
anxiety?
“Not Zakes Gamadala? The one who is
driving that silver BMW?”
“That’s the one,” said Ntombi, suddenly
feeling a familiar uneasy dread in her
stomach. So there was something about
Zakes that her mother didn’t know? It
wasn’t just rumours. She had felt it all along.
But what?
“Tell me,” she said to them. “Please.”
The granny shook her head. “All I know is,
that man is a cheat, and maybe a thief. He
sold my friend a car and after she paid him,
she found out that the car was stolen. He
wouldn’t give her money back.”
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