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

Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Isabelle Kamariza

Isabelle is a humble, 33-year old woman from Rwanda who is currently the President and Founder of Solid’Africa. Solid Africa is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) that supports vulnerable patients in public health facilities by providing them with food, clearing their medical bills and paying for their bus fares home amongst other things.   Isabelle is … Continue reading Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Isabelle Kamariza

From My Mother’s Daughter To My Daughter’s Mother by Sbongile Lugube

  My Mother’s Daughter     Photo Cred: Agen Judi Bola Tumblr   Strange. Mysterious. Confusing. Strong. Fearsome. These are the words 10 year old me would use to describe the quiet woman who birthed me. The intimidating presence whose silence carried so much weight that an entire conversation was had without a single word … Continue reading From My Mother’s Daughter To My Daughter’s Mother by Sbongile Lugube

Diary Of A Zim Girl Trying To Live It Real by Rumbidzayi

    I am Zimbabwean. And proudly so. I love to represent my country and people where I can.   I take issue, however, when it comes to how unrealistic and reckless my people can be when it comes to matters of money. Yes, it is a product of poverty and struggle, but maaaaan, why … Continue reading Diary Of A Zim Girl Trying To Live It Real by Rumbidzayi

bAw African Love Series: Victor & Gail Masondo (Episode 1)

1 John 4:18 states that, “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.”   Tomorrow, 27 April is a special day for South Africa. It is the day that the first free and democratic … Continue reading bAw African Love Series: Victor & Gail Masondo (Episode 1)

Women’s Day Post: In Conversation with Tsitsi Dangarembga

    This Women's Month, my team and I really wanted to celebrate black African women (bAw) each day on our social media pages. To celebrate God's gift of women who are making waves as activists, artists, and go-getters but also to celebrate our everyday sisters, friends, mothers and daughters. To be able to capture … Continue reading Women’s Day Post: In Conversation with Tsitsi Dangarembga

Guest Post: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira

  I have been wracking my brain on what to write - what else I could say that has not been already said about abuse.  Many discussions have been had: we’ve been told the signs to watch out for (see the article from two weeks ago); and we’ve been told about the maladies in us … Continue reading Guest Post: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira