Your Beliefs Are Limiting Your Choices!

Your beliefs create your reality in a literal sense. Cruising through life unconsciously unaware of what your beliefs are make you susceptible to a shallow understanding of why you experience life the way you do (life’s ups and downs). Do you ever take a step back and ask yourself why you experience life the way […]

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Announcing ‘Teakisi Woman Talk’ – 2020 Speakers!

I can’t believe it’s only about 3 weeks left to the second annual Teakisi Woman Talk. With the year we are having, it just simply feels strange and at times overwhelming – but we must push on. However hard at times it is, we have to hope for better days. For those who don’t know […]

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September, Do you Remember?

By Sarah Jaravaza I love the change of season, especially when going from cold weather to warm weather. Here in Zimbabwe, we don’t have the traditional four seasons, but I am adamant that there are 4 magical weeks between August and September where the weather is not too hot or too cold, and the days […]

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Our Environment, Our Heritage

The African people have always shared a deep respect for their environment. Our culture embodied our love affair with our environment and for centuries we co-existed in chaotic harmony with the great gorillas of the Virunga and majestic elephants of the Okavango Delta. Our totems are representative of our reverence of our wild companions. In […]

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Femmes Noires au Liban : Avant, C’était Déjà la Catastrophe

Par Christelle Kamanan Depuis 3 semaines le Liban fait face aux conséquences de l’explosion qui a eu lieu au niveau du port de Beyrouth. Tout le monde ou comme on dit ” la communauté internationale ” s’en est émue, se mobilise et s’empresse même d’aller au chevet de la population libanaise. Ceci est louable aux […]

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African Leadership, Our Plight

I have been contemplating on whether to write this article or not. I have opinions as does everyone else, but my opinions on political matters I usually shy away from, well that was until I saw the below statement: ‘to applaud a politician because he has built a hospital, school, road etc with public money […]

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Grey Hairs, A Sign of Wisdom?

By Felly Oyuga I think I have managed growing older pretty well so far. I will be 42 at the end of this year. No one prepares you for growing old. They say you will be wiser, calmer – some even say happier. I must have missed the memo. I do not know if I […]

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When A Nation Cries

The story of Zimbabwe is very hard to write because there are so many stories. There is my story, there is my neighbours’ story, the vendor on the street has a story, those in power all have stories and how you the reader perceives all of this, you will form your own version of the […]

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