Your Mess Is A Message

I spoke recently at a week of prayer targeted at young women and shared about purpose. God placed it on my heart to share about how there are many people (not just women) who have disqualified themselves from living a purposeful life for one of two main reasons.   They believe that they have made … Continue reading Your Mess Is A Message

Things I Wish Black African Queens Would Realize – Open Letter From A Black African King

  Dear black African Queen, Do you get that many civilisations are born through you and because of you? It may come to others as though I am being biased because I am black and have been raised by you, a black woman. If you look around, however, Nubian Queen, you’ll notice, many other races … Continue reading Things I Wish Black African Queens Would Realize – Open Letter From A Black African King

17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

  Towards the end of last year, my aunt asked me to help her put together some advice/words of encouragement for a young lady who was turning 21 years old. She asked me to think about what I wish I had been told or what I wish I had known at the age of 21. … Continue reading 17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

Guest Post: Dealing With Disappointment When We Move In Faith by Rumbidzayi Dube

I am a thinker, a wonderer. When I am overwhelmed with thoughts and emotions, I find writing helps relieve the pressure like an acupuncture of the soul. I ‘recently’ took a step in faith. Well, it has been a journey of 20 odd months in the making with each stage requiring that I move in … Continue reading Guest Post: Dealing With Disappointment When We Move In Faith by Rumbidzayi Dube

Natural Hair Appreciation High Tea

Good morning Lady, The Natural Hair Appreciation High Tea Event is nearly booked out! Don’t miss out on this important conversation around hair identity, self-care and loving your coils.   Confirm your RSVP by making payment before the 25th of March. You can contact Sonia Dube at sonia.dube3@gmail.com or 083 937 4969 for banking details. … Continue reading Natural Hair Appreciation High Tea

Guest Post: Busted! Caught Red-Handed by Sithabile Sibanda

Photo Cred: MTG Focus   “She is more precious than rubies: and all the things thou canst desire are not to be compared unto her.” – Proverbs 3:15 Do you know your value? Are you aware of what you are worth? How often have you found yourself in the same place over and over again? … Continue reading Guest Post: Busted! Caught Red-Handed by Sithabile Sibanda

Guest Post: The Ladder of Success for the Black African Woman Seems to be Dismissed by Submission by Bulelwa Mpinda

Photo Cred: Cierra Cotton There are dreams that have been parked all in the name of submission. We have heard it several times that as a woman, more so a black African woman (bAw), you are restricted to think or dream in a certain manner because we have to make space for our men to … Continue reading Guest Post: The Ladder of Success for the Black African Woman Seems to be Dismissed by Submission by Bulelwa Mpinda

Why I Decided To Go Natural

Photo Cred: Pinterest   I’m someone who delights in beautifully kept and styled hair on women. There is something captivating about a woman who takes good care of her hair and nurtures it. When a hairstyle has grown old it tends to easily appear tacky and can affect the entire image of the woman regardless … Continue reading Why I Decided To Go Natural

Guest Post: Kim’s Naked Selfie by Sikhonzile Ndlovu

Photo Cred: Jeyjoo Online   This International Women’s Day (IWD) I am still reeling in shock following Kim Kardashian’s nude selfie. Not that I am totally surprised because it's become a regular thing with her. But happening around the occasion of IWD, I  can't help but wonder what ideals Kim is putting forward. For centuries, … Continue reading Guest Post: Kim’s Naked Selfie by Sikhonzile Ndlovu

The Story Behind black African woman

The new black African woman logo by Tique Design   In March of this year, I finally took a bold step to do something God had been prompting me to do for a while but that I’d been afraid to for over a year. I decided to start my blog and Facebook Ministry under the … Continue reading The Story Behind black African woman