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International Women’s Month: In Conversation with Ancillar Nombewu

  Morning bAwses!   Welcome to our weekly catch-up on all things to do with black girl magic on the African continent 😊 I know it’s only been a week, but I have missed you. I hope you’re good sis.   Today, we are sharing a life-changing conversation that our Content Manager, Larissa, had with … Continue reading International Women’s Month: In Conversation with Ancillar Nombewu

Cyclone Idai – Here’s How We Can Help

Hey Fam   And Happy Wednesday once again!   How’s your week been lady? I hope it hasn’t been all that bad. Mine has been crazy busy! Ever had a day where you literally wish you could be Joshua and get God to make time stand still? This has been me all week. Lol! Not … Continue reading Cyclone Idai – Here’s How We Can Help

bAw African Love Series Season 2: Culture vs Faith in Relationships (Episode 4)

Happy Wednesday!   I hope the month of March has been good to you so far. I must say on my end it’s been generally good with random incidences like wasps and spiders at my place (shivers). Nevertheless, I keep reminding God that He promised that He’s my Husband while I’m single and needs to … Continue reading bAw African Love Series Season 2: Culture vs Faith in Relationships (Episode 4)

Be Open: A Breakfast Conversation

  Morning Lady   And Happy New Month 😊   How are you doing sis? What has been taking up most of your time for the first quarter of 2019? Whatever it is that’s been keeping you pre-occupied, I sincerely hope that you’ve managed to find a good balance and that you’re becoming more of … Continue reading Be Open: A Breakfast Conversation

bAw African Love Series Season 2: Leroy & Georgia (Episode 3)

Morning fam!   How are you doing? No - really doing? It’s only the end of Feb but to me it feels like December already with rapid pace with which life is moving! I hope and pray you’re soaking up each moment as you go and trying your best to enjoy the 2019 God pre-ordained … Continue reading bAw African Love Series Season 2: Leroy & Georgia (Episode 3)

bAw African Love Series Season 2 : Sandile & Sabi (Episode 2)

Hi bAwses!   I hope you’re basking in the beauty of the “Month of Love” 😊 It’s my favourite month of the year – not just because it’s my birth month - but also because love emanates from God Himself and love builds up, encourages and revitalizes a person.   Last week we began Season … Continue reading bAw African Love Series Season 2 : Sandile & Sabi (Episode 2)

bAw African Love Series S2: Cain & Nomusa (Episode 1)

Hi Family!   Today’s post is short and sweet – more of an announcement really. As we briefly mentioned last week, today we are sharing the first video from Season 2 of our African Love Series!   Navigating the issue of love as African Christians is something that many of us grapple with as young … Continue reading bAw African Love Series S2: Cain & Nomusa (Episode 1)

Who’s Wedding Is It Anyway? by Larissa Subira

This month, as many around the world celebrate the month of love, the question often arises as to how a b.a.w  (black African woman) can balance the competing cultures she finds herself in.  We are fed many images of romance from the books and magazines we read; our favourite Shonda Rhimes shows; and the music we … Continue reading Who’s Wedding Is It Anyway? by Larissa Subira

Guard The Avenues Of Your Soul by Nompumelelo Simango

When I began writing this post, it had a different angle. The year was new, I was doing well, my girlfriends were sharing their testimonies on how God has come through for them. God had blessed my own ventures too, doors literally started opening in 2019. And then Lupus…   I was hospitalised 2 weeks … Continue reading Guard The Avenues Of Your Soul by Nompumelelo Simango

Where Are You? by Sithabile Sibanda

The Lord God called to the man and said to him, “Where are you?” (Genesis 3:9)   New Year’s resolutions, new goals and new chapters were set and probably executed by the 1st of January. That's awesome. However, there are some people who did not have the ability or desire to plan for the year because … Continue reading Where Are You? by Sithabile Sibanda