In Conversation with Thuli Zulu by Larissa Subira

Hey lady!   Happy Wednesday and welcome to a brand new month! We have entered the second quarter of the year and I hope you’ve managed to press the refresh button in preparation for what is essentially a new chapter.   Larissa had the opportunity and honour to sit with Ms Thuli Zulu, a woman … Continue reading In Conversation with Thuli Zulu by Larissa Subira

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

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 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

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

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

Keeping Your Head In The Game Throughout 2018

  If you do a quick scroll through Facebook or Instagram at the beginning of January you see the good intentions many of us have when a New Year approaches. We’re so excited to have another opportunity to do things better than we did last year or the years before. To fulfill our goals - … Continue reading Keeping Your Head In The Game Throughout 2018

Our Hopes For The New Year

    Hey bAw fam!   I really hope that your year has got off to a good start. Today’s post is a bit light-hearted. The bAw Team and I just wanted to share what we’re hoping for in 2018 so we can keep each other encouraged. And to hopefully motivate someone who hasn’t really … Continue reading Our Hopes For The New Year

How You Can Prepare For Your 2018 Part 1: Reflection

  Hi bAw family!   The New Year is LITERALLY around the corner. Can you believe it??! I feel like I blinked and 11 months swooshed by. It’s crazy how life can happen to you sometimes which is why I decided to do this post.   Just FYI: this blog post is a tad long … Continue reading How You Can Prepare For Your 2018 Part 1: Reflection