My Open Letter To Zimbaweans

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

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Why There Is Not Much MAKE-UP For Black Women In The UK High Street

So yesterday on ITV's This Morning, singer Jamelia was investigating the lack of black make-up in the UK high street shops. Jamelia said local stores are not stocking the full range of shades for black skin, especially well known high street retailers. Determined to tackle this issue, Jamelia has confronted leading high street retailers to … Continue reading Why There Is Not Much MAKE-UP For Black Women In The UK High Street

I Am A Black Woman And Today President Trump Is My Hero

I supported Donald Trump all the way, and yes I am a black woman. When I wrote the article on why I believed  Donald Trump would make a better president than Hillary Clinton, I received a lot of abuse from mostly black people who called me crazy among many other colorful names. But I had to be … Continue reading I Am A Black Woman And Today President Trump Is My Hero

Shocking: Two Zimbabwean Men Beat A Woman In Public

It has not been a week since Kumbirai Masariri, a Shebeen owner from Harare, Budiriro was videoed battering a woman over $6 debt whilst other men watched and did nothing. Today another video from Zimbabwe has surfaced of two men beating a woman whilst people cheer on and laugh, requesting for her to be beaten … Continue reading Shocking: Two Zimbabwean Men Beat A Woman In Public

Dr Thomas Mapfumo on Jean Gasho’s Blog

I welcomed  Zimbabwean's award winning music legend Dr Thomas Mapfumo, popularly known as "The Lion Of Zimbabwe" or "Mukanya" on Just Jean Blog for an exclusive interview about his music, the Zimbabwe music industry, his life in United States Of America, the Political situation of Zimbabwe and of course his involvement in the New York demonstrations against Robert Mugabe in … Continue reading Dr Thomas Mapfumo on Jean Gasho’s Blog

The Problem Is Not Robert Mugabe But The Zimbabwean Men

I do not believe Robert Mugabe is today's Zimbabwean problem. Yes I said it! Robert Mugabe is not the major problem, but the Zimbabweans are, especially the men. You have allowed him to rule you, oppress you or whatever you call it. Part of me also think he wins the elections fairly. He has the … Continue reading The Problem Is Not Robert Mugabe But The Zimbabwean Men

Aisha Buhari: The Modern Day Queen Vashti

The day I read on BBC News about Nigerian First Lady Aisha Buhari criticizing her husband in public, my first thought was the the book of Esther in the bible, particularly Queen Vashti. Whist in an interview to BBC, Aisha threatened that she would not back her husband the president in the next election unless he … Continue reading Aisha Buhari: The Modern Day Queen Vashti

Pregnant And Alone

The bible says we should give thanks to God and testify of His good deeds. The bible also says we go through trials so we can encourage others one day.  As my baby is about to turn two, I am compelled to share my journey of one of the most painful times of my life, when … Continue reading Pregnant And Alone

Why Black People Should Not Accept The Racism Of Coronation Street

So Coronation Street has issued an apology regarding the racist joke that was made during the bank holiday Monday episode when Eva Price said “I have more roots than Kunta Kinte,” in  a visit to the hair salon to get her roots retouched. Kunta Kinte was a character from the novel  Roots. Based on a real-life … Continue reading Why Black People Should Not Accept The Racism Of Coronation Street

JADE: Chapter One

An excerpt from my upcoming thriller novel, Jade. I have never seen myself as a thriller novelist, I was always drawn to fantasy. Jade made me challenge myself as an author and creative writer. It starts off rather calm but intensifies as the plots unfold. Enjoy my creative writing...JADE