Being Powerful Is A State Of Mind

By Naide Obiang This morning, like few of them lately, is full of uncertainties. But, for philosopher Bob Proctor, “each day holds something good for us. We just have to find it.” The secret is, if we remain faithful to the image of our life that we have created in our mind; such image will […]

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Wear Your Big Girl Panties

By Felly Oyuga 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. She then claims to cry about it daily. Everyone’s typical reaction is rage against the husband. Understandably. […]

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L’Africaine à l’Occident Face aux Attentes d’un Monde Hypocrite

By Naide Obiang Elle ouvre les yeux à… Un monde qui cherche toujours à la manipuler, comme un pion à un jeu de Ludo. Une société qui insiste à vouloir l’immortaliser en statue de plaisir. Une communauté qui ne cesse à vouloir amoindrir sa valeur. Et toute une famille qui espère profiter d’elle.   Tous […]

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Spreading Love And Flowers To My Sisters

It is 2:00 am and I am wide awake. I put on my unkempt hair in a messy bun, switch on the lamp, take my writing book, and start scribbling. I can hear the grandfather’s clock ticking and I know that I am the only awake nocturnal being in a household full of sleepy heads. I started writing […]

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A letter to Baba Opembe

  • by Teakisi
  • Sep 13, 2017
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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 home is where you are. When you are with me, I feel at home and I am more true to […]

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I Love You

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 you find yourself outside the bra, I think you are fine, really fine. Just learn to stick a little bit […]

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The Internal Clock

By Noeline Kirabo As women our life experiences are deep and vast: from the stresses of family life, the joys of motherhood (for some), the pressures and satisfaction of having and maintaining a successful career, while still being personally fulfilled, womanhood is indeed a complicated and curious amalgam of unbeatable expectations as well as great […]

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Teakisi Woman: Nkechi First

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Mar 31, 2017
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On this edition of Teakisi Woman, we interview Nkechi First.  We talk business, her life and overcoming challenges. Teakisi:  Give us some background about Nkechi First? Nkechi:  I studied linguistics for my first degree. After graduating from the University, I started producing TV programs and presenting as well, this role exposed me to other areas […]

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Take Ten With Racheal Kizza

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Mar 10, 2017
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Next up in our Take Ten series: Racheal Kizza! 1. Who is Racheal Kizza? I am a budding entrepreneur with a passion for youth work and fashion. I am a Co-Director of Keezal (a mobile clothing business) and a full time project co-coordinator at Kyusa, a nonprofit organization that exists to solve the issue of youth unemployment […]

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Take Ten with Noeline Kirabo

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Mar 03, 2017
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Next up in our Take Ten series: Noeline Kirabo! 1. Who is Noeline Kirabo? Noeline Kirabo is a family therapist by profession and a social entrepreneur by passion. She has over twelve years’ experience in the nonprofit sector mainly working with children, youth, women and community self-help groups. She is the Founder and Executive Director of […]

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