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)

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

Loving Him Right: Part 2 by Simon Bwerinofa

PART 2   In part one we looked at what seems to be the blueprint from God on roles when relating to our better half. We are now going to look at the aspect of "loving" a man.   To ensure that these were not just my thoughts I decided to do a small survey … Continue reading Loving Him Right: Part 2 by Simon Bwerinofa

Tools To Navigate The Love Trail by Rumbidzayi Dube

  The month of love is coming to an end. Let’s be honest, as much everyone and their mama has the low-down on love, it’s not like all our problems are miraculously resolved. Even if they are, love is an ever-complicated thing and we encounter different issues as we go along.   So, with that … Continue reading Tools To Navigate The Love Trail by Rumbidzayi Dube

Marriage Is Lonely by Hlano

In the run up leading to your wedding I’m sure you received a ton of marriage advice. Some of it solicited, most of it unsolicited. And I’m sure in the many words of wisdom, quotes and tit bits that you’ve received, you’ve heard people say, “What goes on in your marriage is between you and … Continue reading Marriage Is Lonely by Hlano

Our Perfect Expectations Of Love

  There is no such thing as a guy who is “ready for marriage”.   Well, this is the conclusion I have come to based on endless hours of reading up on relationships and marriage, and speaking to married folks that I respect and look up to.   For some reason, our generation has been … Continue reading Our Perfect Expectations Of Love

To The Man I Love, But Am Yet To Meet

Me in beautiful Cape Town in July 2015 You see me. All of me. And not once have you shrunk back from my awkward talkative nature or loud laugh or my desperate need to analyse everything. Instead, you have a way of turning my flaws and failures into possibilities and opportunities for me to be … Continue reading To The Man I Love, But Am Yet To Meet