Mama, I Am Now A Giant, But I Can’t Breathe

Ever since I was a child I was only taught one message of survival The only message of revival that applies to me I was told the answer to the pain they cause lies in forgiveness The words came from Baba Mandela Forgiveness is more powerful than bitterness he said For you can not fight … Continue reading Mama, I Am Now A Giant, But I Can’t Breathe

If You Are Black, Buy Or Sell Cigarettes And Asthmatic You CAN Be Strangled To Death By Police And It Won’t Be Classed As Murder

A lot has been said about George Floyd's recent brutal murder last week, and a lot has happened since. But no one is talking about the reason why this innocent man even had 4 policemen arresting him like that, like he had just opened fire on children or something. You would think he had done … Continue reading If You Are Black, Buy Or Sell Cigarettes And Asthmatic You CAN Be Strangled To Death By Police And It Won’t Be Classed As Murder

‘She Is Not Racist, Firing Her Solves Nothing, I’m Upset,’ Says Forgiving Black Victim Of White Woman Who Almost Destroyed His Life

I don't even know where to start really. Yes, you read the headline right, these are shocking words of the black man who recorded a white woman hysterically calling the police on him after he had simply asked her to put her dog on a leash in Central Park according to the law of the … Continue reading ‘She Is Not Racist, Firing Her Solves Nothing, I’m Upset,’ Says Forgiving Black Victim Of White Woman Who Almost Destroyed His Life

Why Polygamous King Mswati Is An Embarrassment To Africa And Black People

He is the most famous polygamist in the world today.  He has a net worth of $100 million, 15 wives and 32 children. He is like the King Solomon of today, only that he doesn't have the WISDOM, the pride and the admiration of the world. As the last reigning absolute monarchy of Africa, I … Continue reading Why Polygamous King Mswati Is An Embarrassment To Africa And Black People

Why African Print Should Not Be Worn As The Pride Of African Dressing

As Africans celebrate Africa Day taking to social media, posting pictures in their African print clothing, I find it sad that the African print material is the pride and symbol of African clothing. I personally find the "African print material" tacky. I just find nothing attractive about the "African wax print" and I don't like … Continue reading Why African Print Should Not Be Worn As The Pride Of African Dressing

Why Black Single Mothers Should Accept That They Are Meant To Be “Second Best”

Yesterday my Boaz was speaking to one of his longtime friends over the phone, and she told him that she has recently started dating a married man. She is an older Ghanaian single mother in her mid 50's. She's very successful in both the UK and in Ghana, she works with Presidents, Mayors and Governers … Continue reading Why Black Single Mothers Should Accept That They Are Meant To Be “Second Best”

Dropping Out Of High School Was The Best Life Changing Decision I Ever Made

I have had a lot of reactions regarding my article about black people's obsession with Higher Education. I understand why a lot of black people found the article upsetting, sadly we are conditioned from a young age to believe that education is all there is in life to make us prosper. We live our whole … Continue reading Dropping Out Of High School Was The Best Life Changing Decision I Ever Made

As Google Honours Zimbabwe Cultural Week, I Am Yet To Meet Just One Zimbabwean Who Is Not Ashamed Of Their Culture

So today Google doodle honoured and celebrated the national musical instrument of Zimbabwe, the Mbira, as Zimbabwe culture week begins. Zimbabweans are well chuffed that google acknowledged their cultural week, and they took to social media hashtagging #ProudlyZimbabwean in response to the Mbira google doodle. By the way, before I get into my article, let … Continue reading As Google Honours Zimbabwe Cultural Week, I Am Yet To Meet Just One Zimbabwean Who Is Not Ashamed Of Their Culture

Mental Health Awareness Week: Zimbabwean Culture Taught Me That Fighting Abuse Is “Mental Illness”

Today marks Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, and the theme is KINDNESS. Mental health is such a broad and complex issue, it comes with all sorts of stigma, misunderstandings and just downright abuse. Mental health has so much irony to it, as human beings, we despise people for being mentally ill, but when you think … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Week: Zimbabwean Culture Taught Me That Fighting Abuse Is “Mental Illness”

I See Nothing Fraudulent About Julie Condliffe Property Business Apart From Her Involvement With Pervert Walter Masocha

Today my attention has been drawn to Julie Condliffe, a Zimbabwean born UK based woman whom the Daily Mail UK recently recognized as a rags to riches self-made millionaire. I first heard about Julie Condliffe years ago, when I used to write about my journey out of the sex pervert Walter Masocha's cult/church. Julie initially … Continue reading I See Nothing Fraudulent About Julie Condliffe Property Business Apart From Her Involvement With Pervert Walter Masocha