Empowerment

Catch Them Young

1st March 2019 Ayandola Ayanleke 0

Not too long ago, an image of a tweet went viral on my timeline on Facebook. I was so impressed by the girl described in the tweet that I had to share the image as […]

Empowerment

We Are Home, Now What?

13th February 2019 Amandla Karungi 0

In some African cultures, if not most, a first time mother is always flanked on both sides by an army of women during labour, delivery and after birth… Well, most of them wander off eventually, […]

Empowerment

Hit by Motherhood

7th January 2019 Reem Gaafar 1

At the tender age of 35, and after more than 10 years of career building, relative financial independence and my life revolving around myself, I was blessed with twin boys. I am unable to clearly […]

Empowerment

“Some Girls, Most Girls…”

1st October 2018 Teakisi 0

By Tara Kadenyi I would be lying if I said I haven’t tried to write since my last post. I have, and failed miserably. Writer’s block really is a thing. Have you ever doubted that […]

Culture

Being Powerful Is A State Of Mind

10th September 2018 Teakisi 0

By Naide Obiang This morning, like few of them lately, is full of uncertainties. But, for philosopher Bob Proctor, “each day holds something good for us. We just have to find it.” The secret is, […]

Empowerment

Wear Your Big Girl Panties

29th August 2018 Felly Oyuga 0

I am going through my Whatsapp and come across a post in one of our groups.  The post is about a woman who posted on Facebook that her husband watches porn with their six-year-old son. […]

Culture

Il M’a Vraiment Laissé

24th August 2018 Teakisi 0

By Naide Obiang « Pat s’est marié le week-end dernier. Tu savais ? » La nouvelle arriva enfin. J’ai rapidement conclu la conversation et me suis assise au coin du canapé ; offusquée et désorientée dans l’espace qui […]