To Patrick, My ‘Rolex’ Guy

31st October 2014 Teakisi 4

By Kye Makyeli As a Ugandan, I am no stranger to the fascination (or addiction, in my case) with the Rolex. Nope, not the ostentatious time telling device brand. A Rolex; a divine culinary combination […]

Current Affairs

Women in Sudan

20th October 2014 Reem Gaafar 4

Sudan has a long history of women in leading positions in the political as well as social arena. Ancient history speaks of queens reigning over kingdoms past, such as Nubia and Kush. Modern history celebrates […]


October: Pink Ribbon Month

17th October 2014 Teakisi 0

By Kye Makyeli I was having a few drinks after work with a good friend of mine who happens to be a doctor, and we got to talking about the problems that REALLY affect women. We […]



13th October 2014 Teakisi 0

Article written by Ibtihal Ahmed. Divorced, from the degrading union of Ingrained and deadly ignorance which Often leaves its master in a state of aimless wander Divorced, from the senseless captivity of Ceremonial benevolence which […]


Powerful African Goddess: Louise Uwacu

10th October 2014 Teakisi 0

Louise Uwacu once described herself as a “rebellious teenager in Kenya who crossed through Europe and became a fearless woman in North America.” The outspoken Canadian-Rwandese is self accomplished in many ways but still strives […]

Current Affairs

Agaciro: Our Choice

3rd October 2014 Teakisi 1

By Nellie Umutesi-Vigneron Pride. Humility. Hope. Those were my feeling during Rwanda Day 2014in Atlanta, USA. Proud to be Rwandan. Humbled by what Rwanda and Rwandans have witnessed and survived. Hopeful for our future as […]

Fashion & Style

100 Days of African Fashion

1st October 2014 Teakisi 1

By Vivienne Amijee Yesterday was the final day of the 100 days campaign of celebrating African print, African designers, African fabric, African jewellery/accessories, make up and everything of African fashion. The ceremony was graced by […]