Growing Old in Sudan

31st December 2014 Reem Gaafar 1

The young lady delicately adjusted her multicoloured tob and dabbed at her multicoloured face, looked down at her notes, and cleared her throat. ‘These days, doctora,’ she chirped at her middle-aged scholarly guest, ‘we bear […]


Esther Kalenzi: Beauty In Giving

29th December 2014 Teakisi 0

By Kye Makyeli “Be the change that you would wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi. Esther Kalenzi is the brain behind the 40 days over 40 smiles Foundation. From fundraising for the […]

Current Affairs

Africa and The Abused Woman Complex

26th December 2014 Teakisi 1

Article is by C.J Npowa Doesn’t it just amaze you that women who have been abused but only to come out about it decades later, whether they were abused by a family member, a friend […]


Ebola: Diaspora Needs To Act

24th December 2014 Teakisi 2

In my previous article, I talked about how the African Diaspora is failing in responding to Ebola.  While we are hopeful about Liberia, we are seeing a rise of cases in Sierra Leone- a country […]