Cup Of Tea With A Slice Of Banana Bread… Yums

  • by Teakisi
  • Jun 30, 2017
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By Pholosho Matondolo Growing up, I loved being in the kitchen, cooking for my family and trying out new recipes with my mother.  Baking was fun to me and once a month, I would set out to make banana bread for my family.  With time, my mother started sharing some with her colleagues and our […]

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Workplace Intimidation

ByJudith Moraa Are you a Woman facing workplace intimidation? No problem. Bullies are scary, shocking, embarrassing and far too often tolerated in the workplace. Why? Because we don’t want to have to deal with them, we don’t want the attack, the conflict, the discomfort. So we pretend they aren’t wreaking havoc into our lives, we […]

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We Are Our Own Enemies

  • by Ayandola Ayanleke
  • Jun 26, 2017
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I had a class in women development recently and it was quite a controversial class. Most of what we discussed were the factors that hindered the development of women, and how these factors were directly or indirectly connected to men.  Hence, the controversy! Over the course of the class and our discussions, a particular classmate […]

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Book Review: Voici Venir Les Rêveurs

By Iris Ntore Court extrait « L’Amérique, ce n’est pas ça du tout; C’est un pays plein de mensonges et gens qui aiment entendre des mensonges … Que ceux qui ont perdu la raison croient aux mensonges et restent ici à jamais, En espérant que la situation s’arrangera et qu’ils seront heureux un jour. » P.369 Résumé […]

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Exploit Your Potential, Oh! Africa

By Eunice Aber There is a common saying among my Christian folks that one day we will reach heaven, look down at all the opportunities, the good things we had on earth, and regret that we did not enjoy them when we could have. We instead focused on chasing “non-existent’ demons and whining about how […]

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The Puppet Show

By Amandla Karungi I sat in a fortress of solitude, even though around me sat waves and waves of souls. It was a gaping hole and no one could catch me. I had run out of my social fuel. Uphill, I pushed my little car whose engine had turned red. I must have run out […]

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Martyrs Day (Uganda) – A Recap

By Racheal Kiiza On Saturday, June 3rd, people traveled from all over Uganda and neighboring countries to be at Namugongo Catholic Shrine to celebrate Martyrs day. The annual Martyrs Day celebration commemorates the heroic faith of the 45 Ugandan Catholic and Anglican converts. According to Wikipedia, The Uganda Martyrs were a group of 23 Anglican and 22 Catholic […]

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Own Your Story

By Noeline Kirabo I recently attended a women’s leadership retreat organized by the Global Livingston Institute that brought together women from all over the world. The women were leaders in different industries, countries and specialties, yet we all had one thing in common: we each had a story to tell. When I learned that the […]

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Every Life Is Precious

By Josephine Amoako We tell ourselves that we are all equal. We teach this to the children at school. But coming from a society where we study mainly to pass exams, and not to imbibe the knowledge, it’s disheartening (but not surprising) to witness the injustice people at the bottom of the social ladder face […]

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I’m Starting An Initiative For Men…

By Mahbuba Matovu If you don’t already know, you have to read my content with an open mind and an elevated sense of humor; otherwise, you might write my poor mother a letter questioning how she raised me. The woman did a fine job, blame the internet and DSTV. Okay, so, I want to start […]

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