A life rigged in my favour
Recently, there was quite a major change in my life – the sort of change I had hoped for but not foreseen or predicted even weeks before it happened.
Beasts of no idiotic man
Easy to take for granted that most Africans would have heard the name, or at least her alias Hottentot Venus. If you haven’t heard of her yet though, brace yourself.
Good news column
The world may seem like it’s going to crazy. Granted. With a ‘stable genius’ in the White House, Britain up Brex(sh)it creek with barely a paddle, nationalist ideologists rising in Europe, African leaders getting on with the same old script...
Two to tango?
“Joanna* met Ibrahim on the way back home after the school holidays. He was a primary school teacher and 12 years her senior.
Nothing’s changed in South Africa
Such sad times for South Africa who had long struggled to live up to the moniker The Rainbow Nation. Before influencer campaigns took off and press and blogger familiarisation trips were the order of the day, I got to experience South Africa ..
The fantastic forties
You seem to get a second wind in your forties. If you’ve already been there, done that and bought the t-shirt, you already know this, and we can celebrate the awesomeness of the fabulous forties together.
My fitness journey
Last week, thanks to Mr. O’s tribute in a lengthy Facebook post about his weight loss, I unwittingly became a weight loss inspiration with some asking...
Mothers, tell your boys
It seems Nigeria is finally catching up with the #metoo movement which kicked off in the United States in late 2017 in response to accusations of sexual assault and harassment in the entertainment industry.