What Type of Car Are You?

Article is by C.J Npowa Ladies, in the eyes of “some” men, you are not very different from the cars they drive, hence the terms: checking her out, riding her, she’s got a nice hood, amongst the many terms used. Now before any of you strong independent women take offense to this article that can […]

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Waist Beads: Embracing Tradition

By Kye Makyeli A few days ago, I attended a craft show that was being held at the Yaya Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. After buying a beautiful pair of earrings at one particular stall, the elderly lady who sold them to me offered me a formidably colored string of beads as a freebie. Delighted, I […]

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Without An Accent

  • by Teakisi
  • Mar 06, 2014
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You need not hide behind the Tiny powders of a twisted foundation; No need to apply the shades of evasiveness To reflect an airbrushed identity of despair You are worth gold in your own right; “It” should not be a daily pill, For it is not as essential as your daily sustenance; It is an […]

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Who’s The Fairest Of Them All?

  • by Teakisi
  • Jan 13, 2014
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By Reem Gaafar Sudan is a melting pot of different nations, cultures and religions. There is no one ‘type’ of Sudanese, and no one can claim that the land belongs to them. Over the generations, there have been Nilotic Africans, Arabs, Turks, Moroccans, Egyptians, Greek, Coptic and others, so that Sudanese people today are a […]

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The Beauty Of Your Scars

More often than we would care to admit, we women are bullied into feeling shame when our spouses cheat on us or abuse us. We are forced to carry the burden and guilt of being a victim of a failed relationship, or even worse, being a victim of sexual abuse, on our already heavy shoulders […]

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