Empowerment

Wear Your Big Girl Panties

29th August 2018 Felly Oyuga 0

I am going through my Whatsapp and come across a post in one of our groups.  The post is about a woman who posted on Facebook that her husband watches porn with their six-year-old son. […]

Empowerment

The 21st Century African Woman

24th January 2018 Josephine Amoako 0

Societal expectations within the African culture are both the best and worst thing that happened to the African woman of today.  They both spur her on and hold her back. She is told the sky […]

Culture

A letter to Baba Opembe

13th September 2017 Salma Abdulatif 0

Dear Baba Opembe, I have wanted for so long to write to you a letter. To tell you how my new home is not home without you. But is home anything so physical? I think […]

Culture

Religion And The African Woman

22nd August 2017 Felly Oyuga 3

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 […]

Current Affairs

I Love You

21st July 2017 Salma Abdulatif 3

I love you. I love you because you are me. I love you because there will never be another you and you are amazing as you are. I love you, each part of you. As […]

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Culture

Show Me Something Else!

4th May 2017 Teakisi 2

By Ariane Kamdoum I don’t know if you are aware of this but the entertainment industry in Africa is going through a massive stage of growth. Be it movies, music, sitcoms or TV-shows, the continent […]

Lifestyle

Tale Of The African Woman

21st April 2017 Ayandola Ayanleke 5

She was born prepared. Prepared for marriage.  She was conceived, born, weaned, raised for one purpose:  marriage. It might not look like it in this day and age, with many parents now sending their girls […]

Feature

Take Ten with Kye Makyeli

20th January 2017 Teakisi 2

Next up in our Take Ten series: Kye Makyeli! 1. Who is Kye Makyeli? Kye is a fun-loving twenty-something year old who loves writing, reading and listening and dancing to music when no one’s looking. […]