The Rape Epidemic in Africa

By Cynthia Kinyera Sometimes I think, we Africans have a talent of focusing on all the wrong things. We’ve built a society that loves sweeping uncomfortable things under the rug, and actively convincing ourselves that […]



By Sarah Jaravaza I am a people person, and I love talking to and meeting new people. I enjoy quality time spent with the individuals in my life. I am the only daughter in my […]


Fat? Really?

By Stella Damasus “I am pregnant.” These three words are life-changing for everyone involved. It could be good or not so good news but will definitely change lives instantly. All of a sudden, there are […]


I Blame Her Mother

By Chido Chirumuta She was never good enough. She was too fat; too clumsy; too average in school for her mother to take pride in her. When chores were not done to her mother’s liking, […]


Cloak of Invisibility

By Amandla Karungi When I was younger, I was the shy one who always got left out and was never the favourite. Not the crowd favourite, nor the sisters’ favourite, not the Aunt’s favourite or […]