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Culture

To Tell, Or Not To Tell

26th April 2016 Teakisi 0

By Zerida Mponye “In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The next best thing is the wrong thing. And the worst thing you can do is nothing.” […]

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Current Affairs

The Decade Of Uncertainties

23rd April 2016 Teakisi 0

By Vivienne Amijee The twenties are said to be the best years in a woman’s life, but those over 20 might dispute this. I’ll be crossing the “over 20” bridge soon enough so when I get […]

Current Affairs

Powerful African Goddess: Ketty Nivyabandi

19th April 2016 Teakisi 7

Ketty Nivyabandi is a Burundian citizen, poet, writer and most recently has been described as an activist when, in protest to President Nkurunziza’s third term, she decided to organize peaceful women’s demonstrations.  ElleAfrique had the […]

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Education

The African Political Illusion

16th April 2016 Teakisi 0

By Maria Dombaxi Young African minds, are you watching history being made? Do you have any idea of what is happening with your continent? Who decides the laws you must abide by? Are you watching […]

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Hair & Beauty

Pretty For A Dark Skinned Girl

9th April 2016 Mahbuba Matovu 4

While wandering around the aisles in the Macy’s beauty department, a sales associate walks up to me and insists I try on a newly launched line of makeup. Now you know I’m not one to […]

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Culture

What’s Identity Got To Do With It?

5th April 2016 Teakisi 1

By Divine Muragijimana About a month ago, I was browsing the net and found an article by a Nigerian (or for the sake of correct identification, a Nigerian-American) on why Africans in America should start […]