#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 21: Infertility still remains a contentious issue in society

Infertility is like a curse. The scorn, derision and condescending attitudes that come with one being infertile are enormous to deal with. The adverse effects of the stigma and discrimination...

#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 17: The delicacy of sadza, meat and veggies

Food is at the core of human existence. And in our context, as Zimbabweans, we do not deviate from what we know best when it simply comes to food. For...

#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 16: My lack of fitness and exercise worries me a lot

A million things on this planet worry me. And among these is my lack of exercise and fitness. At times it confounds me. I just hate exercising. It always feels...

Here’s why Martha O’Donovan’s case is a big and relevant one for all of...

The country, and the world at large, received the most unlikely news when an American citizens working for Magamba TV was arrested for retweeting a tweet that referred to...

After completing university, then what’s next?

Things are unbearable. Life is extremely tough. Just waking up to see another day is a phenomenon many people attribute to God's grace (or any other deity they worship.)...

#30DayAfriBloggerChallenge Day 29: Signs of a toxic relationship

Some say that by simply asking the question what are the signs of a toxic relationship it means that something is wrong. Below are just some signs that something...

#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 30: How The Blog Challenge Has Changed Me

This indeed was a true challenge, in all respects. The fact that Day 30 get authored in October is clear testimony that the challenge was real. The writing changes I...

#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 9: Colourism in Zimbabwe

This is something we deal with on a daily basis. People appreciating this skin tone/colour, and shunning the other one. It's because of beauty. People strive to achieve the highest...

#30DayAfriBlogger Challenge Day 14: Allow people to share their problems with you

This is a mental health post, and mental health is of great importance now more than ever in our contemporary society. Mental health has been that aspect which generally the...

New Boys on The Warriors’ Block: What’s Next?

For most (if not all) football fans both within and beyond the borders of the Zimbabwean borders, the international break acts as a temporary respite from all the affairs...

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