The Cleansing – By Percy Jr

The two young souls huddled in a pile. Scared, wet, confused and shivering from the unforgiving winds of whistling through the reeds. The little young boy began to whimper, he wanted his mother, he wanted to go home. The older sister just pulled him tighter, trying to put on a brave face for the both... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Bukhosi Buks Mhlanga

I really enjoyed having this interview, Buks is the true definition of a modern nerd. He is a genius, a man of many hats, witty and I mean he is hilarious! He is one of Zimbabwe's finest digital experts and I had the opportunity to interview him. So sit back, get some tea brrrr winter... Continue Reading →

The Fall of Pride – By Tawedzerwa Chagwesha

A Continuation from Escape: The Child Born of Strife Pride limped into the doorway, his prosthetic limb clacked against the stone floor every second step. His chest held up high. A cloche tray held in proper bar-maid fashion and an unmistakable spring in his hobble. Today is going to be a great day. He approached... Continue Reading →

Never Be Afraid to Quit

Being alone is scary. Having to start all over again is scary. Not knowing if you will make the rent is scary. Not knowing if you should hang in there and work things out is damn scary. But you know what’s scarier? Waking up everyday to go to a job that zaps the energy out... Continue Reading →

Beginner's Guide To Natural Hair

GUEST BLOG BY CHENGETAI V. CHIREWA    "I can't comb my hair",  "I can't wear my hair natural because its too coarse and matted",  "I haven't got time to maintain it",  "I don't know how to maintain it"   These are some of the reasons/excuses that I'm met with when people express how they wish... Continue Reading →

Living in the metropolis of Lagos

GUEST POST: By Deborah Glover I was born in Lagos and it has been my home for as long as forever. Lagos held no much interest for me until I left Lagos to othe part of Nigeria. I have been to Ondo, Anambra, Oyo, Ogun state. These places had a different lifestyle. Lagos is composed... Continue Reading →

 Decomposing Smiles

Guest Blog: by Kundie Mangwende It was all they had, all they knew. It’s what kept them together all these years. Now that it was gone, what was to become of them… Grandpa had been ill for 3 days now. The year is 2060 and I must say we have the wierdest grandparents than any... Continue Reading →

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