So once upon a neighbourhood.The one I grew up in.The same one.The hood hood.Deep down in Bulawayo. I think was in grade 1 or 2,still Opposite our house lived a single mother. “Single” because growing up I never saw any man enter her small gate or anything of that sort.Come to think of it,she was […]Read More Tales of an African Childhood: Story 2.The one with the mentally ill twins.
I took a chance to ask myself what success means,what it means to me,and how to attain “it”.I’ll give you a moment to ask yourself the same question?What does it mean to be successful?What is the criteria that measures success? Here’s what I think.I think that in answering that question, whatever success is to you,the […]Read More What is success to you?
“Third World is a state of the mind and until we change our attitude as Africans, if there is a fourth, fifth and even sixth world, we will be in it“. -Patrick LumumbaRead More Quotes
1. Corruption The impact of corruption cannot be underestimated. Roughly 43 per cent of Africans are living in poverty while over US$50 billion worth of stolen assets flow out of Africa every year. That’s money that could be used to invest in jobs and social services, where additional resources are needed most. Widespread lack of […]Read More 3 Reasons why Africa will remain the tail of the world.
“When a father beats a child he does it out of anger,but when a mother beats her child she does it out of love”. – African Proverb I just wanted to let you know that It is okay to cry, to be afraid, to be intimidated There is nothing wrong with breaking down, when The […]Read More Dear African Man
I could love you 3000, But the littlest love I have Is not that Marvelous And I am not Captain Marvel Neither am I invincible.Read More Love,
So i have noticed that my blogposts are a bit too intense. So this series (Tales of an African childhood) is devised to water down and sort of dilute the themes I’m usually ranting on about. This series will entail of past experiences I have had growing up in the hood. See, usually as Africans […]Read More Tales of an African Childhood : Story 1. The one where I was a ‘’Billionaire’’.