We would really love you to tell us what you think of our blogzine!

 

Very good initiative! I hope to write for your magazine. – Rosie Alves (Angola)

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Greetings! I’ve been reading your site for a long time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Houston Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the excellent work! – Ronnie Holcomb (United States)

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I really find the idea amazing. – Nana Coralie (Belgium)

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I am a fan of your magazine. – Dior Gueye (United States)

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I absolutely love and appreciate this blog and would love to be a part of this dynamic group of women. – Solange Kaisangwa (Rwanda)

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I’m writing this with a huge grin plastered on my face, because I have finally found a platform with diverse writing and even better, written by inspirational women from Africa. Thank you for all you amazing work team! – Karen Kanamuzeyi (Uganda)

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I believe that the site provides a stable platform for women to unite, learn and empower ourselves. Most importantly,Teakisi is providing the space for us, African women, to celebrate ourselves, tell our stories, believe in the power of our individual and collective voice, and be comfortable in our skin. – Patricia Egessa (Kenya)

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I love the initiative of putting a light to key stories that is mapping the continent. I believe you are giving a voice and a face to people that can and will inspire the next generation. – Henri Nyakarundi (Rwanda)

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Wow… I’m impressed but the diversity !!! I am glad I found this magazine. Will be spending a lot of time around! – Ndeye Sene (Canada)

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Let African women tell their stories! This blog is rich…. – Diana Awino (Uganda)

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Excellent magazine, I love it! African women can be really proud!!! – Maf Méné

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Great blogzine! Allowing African women to share their stories unapologetically and entirely self expressive. Keep it up ElleAfrique! – Lera Chiyangwa (United Arab Emirates)

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Inspiring. Relevant. Thought Provoking. It is always a pleasure to read! – Nellie Umutesi-Vigneron (United States)

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Keep on inspiring others, SLK! The fact that total strangers from diverse cultures and worlds can converge with such rich, liberated imaginaries and reflections of life is one we all celebrate with you. Keep walking the top, Teakisi! – Peter Kasaija (Uganda)

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Great idea, deliciously diverse content and so so relevant and necessary! Well done. Looking forward to more collaboration. #IAmTeakisi. – Mpinga Ya Mugema (Sweden)

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I am so humbled. Teakisi gives the opportunity to speak to those who didn’t know they had a voice. Thank you Teakisi for the opportunity to tell our story, and to speak about things that matter to us. I didn’t know I had a voice. You helped me discover it. I am more confident about who I am and I no longer care about what I thought was normal for me. We have to make a difference. And talking about that difference without worrying about what others have to say. Thank you for being an example. – Iris Ntore (Canada)

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This is a great initiative! I’m looking forward to more English and French content from you ladies. -Chineme

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