A sneak peak into my closet

Welcome dearest reader. My apologies for disappearing last week, school happened but I am back for another exciting week on Culture and Fashion. Enjoy! Today I get to do something I never thought I would be doing in my life, write about clothes. Thank you so much Afrobloggers for taking me way out of my... Continue Reading →

Business & Tech Week: The ‘smart’ future

Pexels.com Back in high school, I was obsessed with Nora Roberts novels written under the pseudonym J.D Robb, the In Death series. These books were based in a futuristic world were cars had a flight mode and you could just fly to work and avoid traffic (cool right), guns were artefacts and people had properties... Continue Reading →

Drugs and Mental Health

It would be an injustice to close this week without talking about the two most important things haunting Gen Z; mental health issues and drug abuse. To tackle this issue, I have decided to take a different approach. Instead of sharing stories on the two, I will be sharing resources to help if you or... Continue Reading →

Did Africa heed to the Me Too Movement?

In April 2018, I had the opportunity to take part in the Hellenic Academy International Debate(HAID) and one of the motions put before us was on the Me Too Movement. Before this debate, the #MeToo movement had never been in my radar. For those living under a rock, the #MeToo movement is a social movement... Continue Reading →

WinterABC Advocacy Week: Colourism in Africa

noun: colourism prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group. Bleaching has become very common in Africa. Various creams and pills are available on the market promising one to be fifty shades lighter after use. Some of my friends have succumbed to the pressure... Continue Reading →

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