Current Affairs

Don’t Tell Me How To Dress

26th February 2014 Teakisi 0

By Vivienne Amijee Being an African girl is a challenge from the onset of life’s journey. We are born into a society that requires us to prove our worth from time to time. Education, if […]

Culture

The Curse of A Successful Black Woman

24th February 2014 Teakisi 9

I’m a strong, intelligent and driven young black woman. My career is healthy, the world is my oyster. I’m also a part of the first ever breed of black middle-class South Africans. Our parents worked […]

Lifestyle

The Platonic Male Friend (PMF)

20th February 2014 Teakisi 2

Recently, a very close male friend of mine passed away. Indeed he could have been described as part of my ‘inner circle’ if I did have one. We had  a special bond, and a unique […]

Current Affairs

G1RL5 C0D3 2 (Girls Code Too)

19th February 2014 Nellie Umutesi Vigneron 1

I recently attended an event hosted by ThoughtWorks Pan Africa in Atlanta, GA.  This was completely random as I am not in the technology field, but my good friend Enyo Kumahor, Regional Director of ThoughtWorks […]

Poem

Afrikan

14th February 2014 Teakisi 0

By Kye Makyeli From the slopes of the now silent Elgon, To the arid plateau in Jos, Her blood flows, A near perfect cocktail of glorious cultures A royal blend of heritage That prides her […]