February! Roses Are Brown

Hello there beautiful people. Roses are red, violets are blue – Why are most writers single? Scratch that. Roses are red, violets are blue. Single mama’s how is dating again going for you? My roses are brown. Sigh. February is upon us. Love and lovers are making very loud noises. Ideally, the plan this month […]

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Sailing Through The Rubble

Happy new year beautiful people! This year starts off on an honourable note for me. Being here contributing to Teakisi is an honour. I never imagined a platform like this would be available for someone like me to voice my thoughts. Cheers to Teakisi for building a safe space for the African woman to say […]

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Cries Of A Child

“I need you!” her heart screamed. “I’m dying, I need help!” it cried out. But it went unheard, drowned by other voices; “My husband is a monster; he hit me every chance he got.” one said. “My parents don’t want anything to do with me and the man who impregnated me denied it…” another lamented. It […]

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Winifred Kisitu: The Five Fold Woman

By Noeline Kirabo Winifred Kisitu is a lecturer, author, advocate, wife and mother. I was fascinated by how much she has accomplished professionally while maintaining her family life. There’s the notion that today’s career woman can’t be successful at running a home and family. Winifred defies the odds of the dot com career women stereotype. She shares insights on […]

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