How To Mend Jars Of Clay

23rd February 2016 Teakisi 1

By Noluvuyo Bacela Something broke when I was younger and it shattered everything that was holding my core together… Gradually everything that I thought I knew for sure spiraled out from my grasp leaving me […]

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Celebrating Black Queens

19th February 2016 Teakisi 0

By Vivienne Amijee Do good and the universe will return you the favour in due time. For a long time, black women, especially those in Africa, have been known to only bear children and tend to […]


Powerful African Goddess: Pam Samasuwo-Nyawiri

16th February 2016 Teakisi 0

Meet Pam Samasuwo- Nyawiri – an Award Winning Designer, Fashion Journalist and African Fashion Advocate from Zimbabwe.  Having always been inspired by fashion, she decided to go back to university and study Fashion Accessory Design.  She has combined […]

Love & Sex

Why I Broke Up With Valentine’s Day!

12th February 2016 Teakisi 0

By Nellie Umutesi-Vigneron Have you ever had a fight with your significant other on Valentine’s Day because of Valentine’s Day? Well, it’s happened to me, and it was not pretty. Here is the story: Love day is […]

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Require More

9th February 2016 Teakisi 2

By Wanjiru Kihusa Have you ever heard something that bothered you for days? The first time you heard it, it sounded like a good thing but then it sat in your head and refused to […]


What I Have Learned About Sisterhood

2nd February 2016 Teakisi 0

Article by Fatoumanta B. Diallo When I looked up the word “Sisterhood”, I came across the following definition “an association, society, or community of women linked by a common interest, religion, or trade.” I found the […]