Do Not Give Up!

By Chido Chirumuta As things change, one thing will remain. You! Not the same old you, but a different version of you. You will either be dejected and irreparable — clasping at shards of your former self — or you will resurface an overcomer, who was valiant when faced with a devastating situation. Though covered […]

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Friends Of The Dead

By Felly Oyuga During my father’s funeral, the chief insisted on giving a short speech, but after he had had something to eat. So after eating, the chief came back to the gathering, tummy full and started his speech. He said that he was in school with my father. My aunt then asked, ‘’which school? […]

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Do You Love You?

The bible teaches us to die to self and to lay down our lives for others, so every time someone mentioned the word self-care or self-love, I would cringe because I thought they are promoting selfishness and being self-centered. I thought to myself, surely everyone loves themselves, no one hates themselves. And those people who […]

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Il M’a Vraiment Laissé

By Naide Obiang « Pat s’est marié le week-end dernier. Tu savais ? » La nouvelle arriva enfin. J’ai rapidement conclu la conversation et me suis assise au coin du canapé ; offusquée et désorientée dans l’espace qui autour de moi devenait de plus en plus brumeux et engloutissant. Mes paupières, téléguidées par le bruit matinal de mon […]

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A Tribute To My Secondary School Life

There was no air Every time we rose above the tide They shoved us back into the dark water They shook, shook, shook And tightened the lid The rules The regulations The law Wearing ankle length socks Underneath your floor length skirt Having long or plaited hair Underneath your veil If you reached class late […]

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Religion And The African Woman

By Felly Oyuga In my opinion, there is no greater hindrance to the growth and development of the African woman like religion.  Before you get excited or call me a heathen, let me make it clear that I have nothing against God.  It is the custodians of ‘God’s perfect ways’ that I may not agree […]

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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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Book Review: Culture of Honor by Danny Silk

By Racheal Kiiza Book: Culture of Honor Subtitle: Sustaining A Supernatural Environment Author: Danny Silk Pages: 568 This book provides and calls for a culture of honor in the church, a culture that strips off the clothes of shame, fear and punishment culture in our churches today. The book opens with a thrilling but scary […]

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Et Si On Commençait Par La Poutre?

By Aline Tou Des centaines de personnes homosexuelles sont tuées par année à travers le monde. D’autres sont violentées pour la seule et unique raison qu’elles aiment une personne du même sexe qu’elles. Après la fusillade intervenue dans une boite de nuit gay à Orlando le 12 juin 2016, j’ai vu déferler sur les réseaux […]

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