Tinder Me Please!

By Nellie Umutesi-Vigneron My dating life has been suffering a slow and painful decline that will only result in an unfortunate and untimely death if I don’t take action and attempt to resuscitate it.  In short, I am single!  Please spare me the following comments: the right guy will come along, sometimes it’s best to […]

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Teakisi Receives The Versatile Blogger Award

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Apr 26, 2017
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Teakisi is more than a blog to me. My focus from the beginning was that this was going to be a blog that makes a difference. I have and always seen and perceived Teakisi as a means to empower African women – whenever they may be in the world. This morning I was honoured to receive the […]

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Leota’s Garden – A Tale Of Forgiveness

Francine Rivers is by far my favorite author simply because she has a unique way of telling stories and bringing up mundane issues in such a graceful and heart drawing manner. Leota’s Garden is a story of a woman, in her eighties, estranged from her children, and living by herself.  As a young girl she […]

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You Can’t Afford My love

By Marie-Helena Mekolo I know what I want. I recognize and value my worth. All the men before you taught me to love and cherish the “unwanted” parts of me. Your predecessors were all lessons that I carefully jotted down in my journal. They will serve as navigators and proof that I can overcome any […]

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The Internal Clock

By Noeline Kirabo As women our life experiences are deep and vast: from the stresses of family life, the joys of motherhood (for some), the pressures and satisfaction of having and maintaining a successful career, while still being personally fulfilled, womanhood is indeed a complicated and curious amalgam of unbeatable expectations as well as great […]

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Tale Of The African Woman

She was born prepared. Prepared for marriage.  She was conceived, born, weaned, raised for one purpose:  marriage. It might not look like it in this day and age, with many parents now sending their girls to school, but when it comes down to it, for many, it all still boils down to marriage. She needs […]

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Quick, Easy and Yummy Vegetable Stir-fry!!

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  • Apr 19, 2017
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By Pholosho Matondolo Have ever wondered how easy and quick a vegetable stir-fry can be??  It’s a simple:  peel, cut and chop chop! This dish was inspired by a vegetarian lady I met at an event. We touched on the topic of healthy living, how has it been for her as a vegetarian and how […]

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A La Découverte De Ma Féminité

By Iris Ntore Au moment où j’écris ce blog, le monde entier célèbre la journée de la femme. Là où tout a commencé… Il n’y a pas si longtemps encore, je n’affectionnais pas particulièrement cette fête. Ne vous méprenez pas, je suis bien consciente de la victoire que celle-ci représente pour la gent féminine, alors […]

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