Women Who Kill #3: Born to Suffer

By Felly Oyuga Life had become unbearable. It was not always this way though. 16 months ago, Cherie thought she was blissfully married. They lived in a decent three bedroom house with her three children and her husband, Saul. Their three children, Anna 13, Anita 9 and the little Jonah 5, all went to a […]

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Women Who Kill #1: Not Like My Mother.

By Felly Oyuga He was a premium customer. She always made sure to serve him. It was so obvious but she did not care. This was the year she was getting a husband. One thing led to another and they were having an affair. He was perfect except for one problem. A wife. She had […]

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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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Angel Without Wings

By Felly Oyuga It was the worst time of my life.  My marriage was falling apart.  I had to remind myself to breath, eat and even shower.  I barely combed my hair.  He always smiled at me though.  Sometimes I tried to smile back.  Other times, I’d pretend not to see him. I cannot remember how I […]

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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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It’s The End

By Joan Semanda.   “It’s The End.” Stella looked into Rob’s eyes as she told him, in not so many words, that their five year marriage had come to an end. She still loved him. She still cared for him. She felt like her guts were being wrenched from her body, but she knew that […]

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