One of the reasons I love being a writer is because the things I write about always come to pass one way or another. So today Zimbabwe has announced that it's introduced a new lobola law which does not require the traditional bride price to be paid before a marriage can be solemnized. The new lobola … Continue reading My Ashanti King Said No To Zimbabwe Lobola, Now The Government Has Ended The Necessity Of The Barbaric Ritual
So today the Black Lives Matter protesters are calling for the statue of Cecil Rhodes to be taken down in Oxford, United Kingdom. I, as a black woman who grew up in Zimbabwe, an African country where Cecil John Rhodes colonised, I have a problem with his statue being taken down. Today, Boris Johnson has … Continue reading Dear Black People, Leave The Cecil Rhodes Monument Alone
There was a time I was so tempted to take the crown of Zimbabwe. I only wanted it for one reason, to destroy the gods of this cursed land. I had a dream once upon a time, of being the chosen one to destroy the great gods of Zimbabwe. I thought if I took down … Continue reading I Wish I Had Destroyed The Satanic Zimbabwean Bird And The NyamiNyami Snake River God
Dear World Since discovering who I really am, my true identity, I came to understand that braids, weaves and wigs are not to be worn by a true black woman who knows her identity. Boaz always hated me wearing braids, he always told me to stick to my natural hair as he found me more … Continue reading I Will Never Wear Braids, They Are From Pagan Egyptians And Represent Serpents
As blood is ruthlessly shed on the streets of Zimbabwe post the general elections, I have to say this, Zimbabweans I told you so. Last year when I paid my tribute to my former President Robert Mugabe, as short-sighted Zimbabweans celebrated the illegal coup as some sort of victory, I did say the celebrations were immature. … Continue reading Robert Mugabe Was Never The Problem, Emmerson Mnangagwa Was.
Dear Pastor Evan Mawarire Firstly I hope you and your family are settling well in the USA, it must be quite refreshing there compared to our troubled Zimbabwe. I write this letter to you as a follower of This Flag movement. I am one of the thousands of people who prayed for you fervently when … Continue reading My Open Letter To Evan Mawarire