When I became a born-again Christian in 2008, I started studying the bible word for word. I would spend hours a day reading all commentaries for all the verses I studied. The more I studied the bible the more I realized that most of the Christians around me did not believe everything that was in … Continue reading Why Are Black People Obsessed With The Bible That Was Used To Enslave Them?
Black people are the least successful people in the world. According to research, in USA white people are five times richer than black people. In the UK alone, half of young black males are unemployed. In Africa, poverty is the continent's middle name. Yes, white people and racism can be blamed here and there for … Continue reading New Year Cross-Over Church Services: The New Madness Of Black People
I was inspired to write this article after following a well publicised story for the last couple of weeks about famous British-Pakistani Boxer Amir Khan whose wife Faryal Makhdoom Khan has taken to social media accusing her in-laws of abusing her. On Christmas Day, Amir Khan's sister accused Faryal of banning her parents/family from seeing … Continue reading When Mothers-In-Law Should Be Banned From Seeing Their Grandchildren
I do not care that some Zimbabweans in the UK say I’m some Zanu PF agent, I'm not. Just because I do not agree with their way of doing things and choose to think for myself doesn't make me Zanu PF. I am not a member of any political party in Zimbabwe neither am I … Continue reading UK Zim Activists Threaten, Intimidate And Bully Nick Mangwana
Yesterday Zimbabwean activist Linda Masarira came under national attack after she was reported to have said Ndebele people are cowards and cry babies. The whole country turned on their hero, accusing her of tribalism and hatred, with some calling for her to be arrested again and sent back to prison. For Linda Masarira, within 12 … Continue reading Zimbabwe’s Activists: They Are The Real Problem Of Zimbabwe.
I grew up thinking there was something morally wrong with a woman being with a man younger than her. The society I grew up in shunned the whole concept. I could never fathom why a normal man would find a woman 10 years his senior attractive. My mind told me that the woman would be … Continue reading I Am With Cheryl Tweedy, Younger Men Are The Best Catch
If only I was Theresa May. If I was Theresa May, Britain would never be the same again. If only just for a day, I could be the most powerful woman in Britain, I would be like Donald Trump. I would build a great wall against the prophets of Africa who come to United Kingdom … Continue reading If I Was Theresa May I Would Build A Great Wall In Britain
Hair is the crown of a woman, it defines her. It's her beauty and glory. But for the black woman, hair is more than just hair. Its a controversial issue. It's political and highly sensitive. It brings up so many debates. Black people themselves are divided when it comes to their hair. For me, my … Continue reading Black Women’s Hair: The Controversy Of Wearing Weaves And Going Blonde
In the wake of Kanye West's nervous breakdown, I can not help but feel sorry for him. Contrary to what the world sees, I see a broken man. Today the media is filled with reports that Kanye has been taken to an L.A hospital following a disturbance 911 call. This unfortunate incident happened after the rapper … Continue reading Kanye West Is Not Mad, But A Broken Man
Zimbabwean urban musician Trevor Dongo yesterday released the You Tube video of his awaited new single Shoko ReRudo (A word of love). I tuned in to watch the video but to my horror I found the song to be rather disturbing and upsetting. The first lyrics literally put me off from listening to the rest … Continue reading Trevor Dongo’s New Song: The Self-Hate For The Dark African Woman