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There’s benefits to partnerships!

There’s benefits to partnerships!

Today is day 10 of the Afrobloggers challenge is all about brand partnerships. I skipped day 9, so I’m feeling somewhat guilty. I have decided that for day 10, I would go a step further and rather than name just one brand that I’d love to work with, I’ll give you 3! Brand partnerships offer...

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Meet Shudufhadzo Musida, The New Miss South Africa 2020

Meet Shudufhadzo Musida, The New Miss South Africa 2020

The 62nd edition of the Miss South Africa pageant, Hosted by South African actress, Tv personality Nomzamo Mbatha held on Saturday, October 24, at The table bay hotel in Cape Town, South Africa. Shudufhadzo Musida was crowned Miss South Africa 2020. Musida’s win comes as no surprise as she was voted “fan favourite” from the...

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An Adage is a Proverb is an Owe

An Adage is a Proverb is an Owe

I’ve never been a proverbs kinda girl. In fact, realising that I’d have to share 5 proverbs, had me shooketh. My initial instinct was to turn to my old friend: google. Alas, I had an epiphany. I am the child of Nigerian immigrants! There’s bound to be a proverb or 50, that’s in my vernacular....

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T find out what it means to Nigerians

R.E.S.P.E.C.T find out what it means to Nigerians

I hope you read that R.E.S.P.E.C.T, the way Aretha sang it. Respect. the very thing that Nigerian culture seems to have been founded on. When asked to share one thing about my culture, there was so much that I could have written about. The culture of naming babies was one. (Did you know that it’s...

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Coping with Loss after a pandemic

Coping with Loss after a pandemic

When we think of the word grief, the first thing that might come to mind is the death of someone important. Though this can be the most painful type of loss associated with grief, there are other losses that many of us may have endured through the recent pandemic; for example, the loss of a...

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#EndSars: How it started Vs How it’s going

#EndSars: How it started Vs How it’s going

#EndSARS: How it started Vs How it’s going Written By Itty Okim Gently lying underneath the uproar, arrogance and agitation – barely an inch below the angry, excited and aggressive surface – is the brokenness of Nigerian people. Both at home and in diaspora, the entire planet has almost become inhabitable for Nigerians and Black...