As this month celebrates International Womens Day, I will be writing articles that encourage women to break barriers and stigmas about motherhood in the 21st Century. I am currently celebrating the birth of my 5th baby Charo, and I personally feel there is nothing more rewarding to a woman than being a mother. I totally … Continue reading Returning To The Innocence Of Breastfeeding
Nino and I welcomed our little Princess Charo on the 5th of February 2017. She is truly adorable and a picture of completion. Her name means 'a crown of roses'. The rose is the expression of romantic love, promise, hope and new beginnings. That is exactly what Charo means to me and Nino. The journey … Continue reading CHARO: Our New-Born Baby Is Here!
When I was young, growing up in Africa in a country where lighter skinned women are the epitome of beauty, I once asked a woman whom I looked up to why women with light skin were considered more beautiful than women with dark skin. Her answer was straightforward, "Because men like women with lighter skin, … Continue reading Why I Blame The Black Man For Black People’s Self-Hate
I have read enough stories of teenagers committing suicide after being bullied on Facebook I have seen women being called names on Facebook that has affected their self-esteem for the rest of their lives. Over the past week, for the first time, I can say I have become a victim of Facebook bullying by a Zimbabwean Facebook Personality called … Continue reading Yes, Because Of Facebook Personality Mike Tashaya, I Have Decided To Leave Facebook
Last week I wrote an article about the rampant abuse of daughters-in-law by their in-laws in Zimbabwe, other African countries as well as Asian countries. Most of my readers responded by highlighting that the abuse was mainly fuelled by the practice of Lobola especially in Zimbabwean culture. The contributions from my readers were quite thought-provoking for … Continue reading Why Bride Price/Lobola Should Be Abolished: The Root Of Wife Abuse In Africa
As a blogger I have written about my abuse journey in the hands of my fellow Zimbabweans, (false prophet, church members, online community). It has been a lot to do with the oppressive Zimbabwean culture. So when I see you Zimbabweans "mourning" that Mugabe is evil and has robbed you, sadly I can not resonate. … Continue reading My Open Letter To Zimbaweans
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