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How To Mend Jars Of Clay

23rd February 2016 1
By Noluvuyo Bacela Something broke when I was younger and it shattered everything that was holding my core together… Gradually everything that I thought I knew for sure spiraled out from my grasp leaving me [...]
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When Beauty Is A Curse

13th June 2016 2
By Amanda Nasinyama From the 16th to the 18th of May, 2016 Uganda had the newly elected Members of Parliament take their oaths during a very colorful swearing in ceremony. One of the highlights of [...]

How Rugby Saved My Life

17th June 2016 0
By Joan Semanda.   My name is Gabby. 7 years ago, I lost both of my parents in a flood in Kawempe where we stayed at the time. I was devastated to say the least. [...]

Et Si On Commençait Par La Poutre?

15th July 2016 0
By Aline Tou Des centaines de personnes homosexuelles sont tuées par année à travers le monde. D’autres sont violentées pour la seule et unique raison qu’elles aiment une personne du même sexe qu’elles. Après la [...]

Happiness Is…

27th July 2016 1
By Marie-Helena Mekolo Most people have the misconception that happy people are happy 24/7, seven days a week and 365 days a year. They’re forever cheerful, glowing and in your face. Well that is a [...]

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30 Sudanese Women You Should Know

15th June 2016 43

For centuries Sudanese women have been pushing the boundaries of the patriarchal society, excelling in fields almost always dominated by men despite the difficulties they face. We searched for the women making an impact today both nationally and […]

Open Letter to Miss Rwanda Organizers

3rd March 2015 19

Dear Organizers, As any other social media addict, I was privy to the infamous video that came out of last year’s Miss Rwanda pageant. I am going to spare you the details of the video […]

Excuse My African

20th April 2017 19

I never had any issues with my being African, until I started living in the United States of America.  That was when I realized that my kind of “African” is different. I’m not talking about […]