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Pros and Cons of Travelling Solo

Hi everyone, I hope you are all doing wonderfully well and working towards your dreams. Today I am keen on sharing my tips on solo travel. In today’s world many of us have become accustomed to doing things in pairs, as a family or as a team. Even...

I Have Nowhere Else to Go

Listening to a conversation by a lady who decided to become complacent with the physical, verbal and emotional trauma from her spouse and her giving reasons as to why she stayed in a toxic and draining relationship made me sick to my stomach so...

The Future of Food: How the youth are changing the food supply

As a member of the Young Farmer’s Club of the Zimbabwe Farmer’s Union, Munya was knowledgeable on the country’s Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim Asset), which included food security and nutrition initiatives to produce enough nutritious food to not only feed the country but...

Can Religion and African Traditional Practices Co-exist?

"The difference between religion and spirituality became more apparent to me, and the more I read, the more I began to question certain religious practices and their effects on maintaining my African identity". Read full article...

YOUNG, BLACK AND CHALLENGING BLACK PEOPLE ADVERTISING STEREOTYPES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Black family dancing in the yard while having chicken, black women dancing for washing powder, young black people dancing for airtime…. We have all seen it on our television screens, but personally, I have only seen my people dance on a dance-floor. Read more...

What I Read in 2016

A while ago one of my Facebook friends shared a list of all the books he read this year so, in the spirit of sharing, I figured I should do the same. My list is not as impressive as his, but I guess it...

Dear Africans, Start to Hashtag and Google Yourselves

The elevation of Africans having access to the Internet is increasing the digital footprint of those denied access to information for years. Internet access supplied by providers is allowing people in cities, villages and towns unprecedented access to information. Africans are embracing their Afrinerdiness (African Nerds) that encourages...

Starta’s Dr Dotun launches Side Hustle Bootcamp to help entrepreneurs launch businesses

Dr Dotun, the founder of Starta, a business support platform for startup and SME entrepreneurs in Africa, has announced the launch of the Side Hustle Bootcamp. The purpose of the bootcamp is to help 100 entrepreneurs launch, scale and fund their businesses in 2017. Read more...

Mercy Masika To Set Up A School In Pokot

Celebrated Kenyan gospel singer Mercy Masika is undoubtedly one of the best talents that the country has ever produced. The beautiful songstress, currently riding high with her latest jam ‘Huyu Yesu’ featuring Tanzania’s Angel Bernard has revealed her plans for 2017 in a candid...
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