Life Lessons from Seasons of Grief

The path to recovery after loss is certainly not the same for all of us. I have learnt a few things (mostly the hard way). Though saying that I expect anyone to find my experience exactly compatible with their situation would be a bad lie, if there is even a slight possibility that my experience about death, loss, and grief may be helpful to another living soul, here goes.

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My 2021 Wishlist for Africa

As 2020 drew to an end, a cautious hope lingered in the air.  Unlike previous years, social media statuses were not awash with new year’s resolutions. Instead, the dreaded #RIP was awash social media statuses as Covid-19 statistics became names of acquaintances and in some cases close friends and family. Creating new year’s resolutions seemed […]

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Give Yourself A Shot At Happiness!

We all know nothing comes easy, this includes our happiness. More often than not you are your biggest obstacle when it comes to this aspect of your life. Identifying this is step number 1. You need to understand, NO ONE WILL GIVE YOU PERMISSION TO BE HAPPY. You have to give it to yourself. Choosing […]

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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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Death – Musings

By Felly Oyuga They say life and death go together. I have always been fascinated by the dead, but not by the process of dying. That part scares me. The last breath. What does it feel like? Do you know you are dying? Are you scared? I expect I will close my eyes on this […]

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