Do Women Issues Have Value?

30th September 2014 Teakisi 0

By Wanjiru Kihusa About a month ago I attended a training session on Op-ed writing. It was at Pawa254 in Nairobi and was dubbed ‘Sauti Ya Dada’ which loosely translates into the voice of women. […]

Current Affairs

Sweat Your Way Up

19th September 2014 Teakisi 2

By Maria Dombaxi Young African students, graduates and undergraduates living abroad are told to go back home. They’re told that Africa is the future, and they’re told that they can help change their countries. Young […]


Smoothies of Life

17th September 2014 Teakisi 2

By Ozoz Sokoh I came to smoothies when I could not eat. Not for lack of appetite but for the pain of toothache. Toothache. Heartbreak. Two pains I cannot  fathom or explain.  And now that I’m […]


Broken Glass

15th September 2014 Teakisi 0

It was my twenty-second birthday. I had never conceived the thought of being a mother of two at this age. In high school, I was known for being a feminist, an advocate for what I […]