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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Don’t Tell Me How To Dress

By Vivienne Amijee Being an African girl is a challenge from the onset of life’s journey. We are born into a society that requires us to prove our worth from time to time. Education, if it comes your way, has to be combined with hard work just to beat the boy child, you have to […]

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Redefining of Beauty

By Attiya Karodia I grew up wanting to be tough, beating the boys at soccer, cricket and whatever else I was good at. I wore my first dress when I was in high school and eased my way into womanhood without the chaos that a lot of girls these days have to. I grew up […]

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