Culture

A Career Obsessed African Woman.

28th June 2013 Teakisi 3

By Maria Dombaxi I recently got back home for the summer vacation, and had to go around greeting all my aunties, who may not be blood relations but I love them dearly. The usual conversation […]

Love & Sex

The Last Frog I Kissed

28th June 2013 Teakisi 4

I have loved, I have been loved and I will love again. This gives me the permission to call myself an expert in matters of the heart. To be honest we all are, so long […]

Current Affairs

Rwanda: Loving a Child of Rape

21st June 2013 Teakisi 2

I recently read an article titled “Loving a Child of Rape” in the June issue of the South African edition of the Marie Claire magazine. The article is based on the work of photo-journalist Jonathan […]

Lifestyle

Why Don’t You Earn Your Own?

21st June 2013 Teakisi 1

Once upon a time, women were not allowed to get very educated, or get jobs that would allow them to be breadwinners. They were not allowed to own property or to inherit after the deaths […]

Empowerment

Are You Protecting Your Heart?

18th June 2013 Tayo Sogbanmu 3

Life experience teaches us a variety of lessons. Often we learn how to find our way by trial and error; both ours and of those around us. We learn how to maximize our strength while […]

Love & Sex

Every Girl’s Dream?

17th June 2013 Teakisi 13

Every girl has that dream when they are kids, to find that Mr. Right. The prince charming and star out of the crowd to make her happy, sweep her off her feet with hopes of […]

Development

Weaving the Fabric of Change

17th June 2013 Teakisi 2

As I planned my cancelled birthday trip to Ghana a few months back, I thought to myself why not do something worthwhile while I am away, instead of spend days sunbathing and stuffing my face […]