Career Shifters

27th February 2015 Teakisi 4

By Florentina Twongyere Put up your hand if you experience the Monday blues even when it is a Wednesday? Not surprisingly a multitude of people will eagerly raise them in agreement. Although we are eager […]


When Death Knocks

20th February 2015 Teakisi 0

By Kye Makyeli Many people have spent countless years of their lives trying to figure out life. Philosophers. Theorists. Thinkers. Academics. Logicians. And I can tell you that none has found a definite answer to […]


Talking About Suya, Nigerian Streetfood

17th February 2015 Teakisi 5

By Ozoz Sokoh Suya – one thought and my mouth begins to water. Its deliciousness is tattooed on the hearts, minds and bellies of almost every Nigerian. My most poignant memory is five years old, from […]

Current Affairs

Let’s Reclaim Our Power

13th February 2015 Teakisi 1

Article written by Likeleli M. Monyamane. Last night, many South Africans watched the State of the Nation Address (SONA) by Jacob Zuma, the president of South Africa. I also watched it, albeit very briefly, preferring […]


Johannesburg: In a New York State of Mind

13th February 2015 Teakisi 0

By Attiya Karodia Existence is distinguished by seasons of evolution, not always forward, but ever-changing and though the concept is boasted mainly by the odd life-coach or ten, the theory of evolution in this regard […]


Beauty: Universal or Individual?

2nd February 2015 Teakisi 6

I often wonder who the first person to define beauty pertaining to human beings was. Did s/he also come up with the so-called standards of beauty? Or was that decided later on by a group […]