Burnt Out? Hit Refresh by Larissa Subira

  So apparently, we're in month 6 of the year. Is it just me or does each month feel more intense than the last? Or the feeling that time is flying, and you can't quite get a grip of all that's happening around you. Or just a general out of control feeling? Even when you … Continue reading Burnt Out? Hit Refresh by Larissa Subira

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

Resentment: The Silent Killer (Part III) by Vee Nkambule

Today is the final instalment of our three-part fictional series on Nosi, a young married woman struggling with the resentment she has developed after losing a baby and the love in her marriage.   In our last post, she had begun her journey to healing yet she still felt empty and lost. Find out how … Continue reading Resentment: The Silent Killer (Part III) by Vee Nkambule

#BodyGoals: A Holistic Look At Women’s Health by Taffy Dube

Good morning fam   Today’s blog post rounds off our theme for the month which has been Mental Health and Sisterhood. Taffy shares her personal experience with becoming healthier physically as well as mentally and emotionally, and why this is key for us as women. Enjoy this candid and uplifting post.   I remember being … Continue reading #BodyGoals: A Holistic Look At Women’s Health by Taffy Dube

The Life Of A Single Married Woman by Anonymous

  Greetings bAw Family   I hope you had a wonderful long weekend for those in South Africa, and that you managed to celebrate your roots and beginnings.   Today we share a post by an anonymous married woman. She opens up about the heart-ache she has experienced in marriage. I honestly thought long and … Continue reading The Life Of A Single Married Woman by Anonymous

Black African Woman Blog in Feedspot Top 10 Black Christian Blogs!

Happy Friyay fam!!   Today’s a truly special day for us because we’ve been recognized as one of the Top 10 Black Christian Blogs on the web by Feedspot! It’s honestly a surreal moment and one that my team and I certainly were not expecting. Thank you Feedspot for the recognition!     What it … Continue reading Black African Woman Blog in Feedspot Top 10 Black Christian Blogs!

Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Lesego Ntsoele

  Hey fam!   Happy Women’s Month to every Warrior Princess reading this here post today. And of course, happy Women’s Day for tomorrow!   For Women’s Month we decided to search for the Sheroes in our communities who are making waves to positively impact their communities regardless of the size of their audience. Women … Continue reading Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Lesego Ntsoele

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

Our Reality vs The Perceptions: Busting Myths About black African women

Have you ever found yourself as a black African woman (bAw) seriously smh-ing because of the assumptions made about you just based on your gender and race, or both?   Maybe you’re tasked with putting together the best Hip Hop office party but you don’t even know one Hip Hop artist or what the genre … Continue reading Our Reality vs The Perceptions: Busting Myths About black African women