When It Rains, We Hope It Doesn’t Pour!

30th May 2014 Teakisi 0

By Noluvuyo Bacela Oh my goodness the bitter cold Cape wind is creeping into our lives again… Someone hit the pause button… We are not reeeaady! It’s starting to get really messy and depressing in […]


Tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou

30th May 2014 Teakisi 1

By Elma Asio I am deeply saddened by the passing of Maya Angelou. I did not know her. I did not truly know her and the only way to have a glimpse, and only a […]


I Surrender

14th May 2014 Nellie Umutesi Vigneron 1

I surrender. It is always tough to say these two words out loud, because it seems as if I failed, as if I have given up. I surrender. In the face of adversity, anxiety, pain […]


Lobola and A Woman’s Worth

9th May 2014 Teakisi 3

Article written by Likeleli M. Monyamane. “My worth is not determined by the price of my clothes. No matter what I wear I will always be, the India Arie” India Arie, musical artist One day, I […]


Women in Africa and ICT

7th May 2014 Teakisi 1

By Wanjiru Kihusa A few weeks ago, I attended the 6th Connected Kenya Summit. Connected Kenya is an annual IT event organized by Kenya ICT Authority. It brings together major ICT industry players and key […]


If I Were Not Afraid I Would

6th May 2014 Teakisi 6

Article written by Likeleli M. Monyamane. “…Live my dream of opening an educational center” – Charmaine Mofokeng “…most definitely build a Ladies Support Center” – Reneilwe Maenetja “…quit my economics degree and focus on my […]