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Food For Thought; care for some?
Apr06

Food For Thought; care for some?

By: Tasneem Amos The winds of change are blowing, and the narrative of Africa is also changing”. – Co-founder of Food For Thought: Leslie Moloto. We recently came across a phenomenal platform that has been steadily gaining momentum and the interest from lovers of the written word, on the most popular social media streets. Food For Thought (#FFT) is an initiative, a platform that was created by Leslie Moloto and Thabo Magano, to...

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This Week In The Blogosphere #5

By: Sandy Nene    Image source: careergirlnetwork.com It’s the end of the week, time to sit back, relax and enjoy the weekend ahead. Hope everyone has had a successful, productive week. Thank you to everyone who has tweeted us their blog links and shared their posts with us. We have come across some interesting posts, and here are some of them that made our list: 1) On The Fabulosity Diary, we read about the versatile fashion...

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Fashioning Nature: Mary Katrantzou

By: Elihle Gwala In the past seasons we have spotted Kerry Washington in a bold knee length, nature and post stamp print Mary Katrantzou number. At first I was a bit skeptical about this dress, I just found somewhat too busy for my liking. The floral print with the birds and the post stamps plus the intricate details in the fabrics all seemed a bit too overwhelming for me. Only after I had given it time and got to see it on a number...

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Blogger Of The Week – Dennis Ngango

By: Lungile Moyo Hi again, welcome to a brand new week! We hope you have had a fabulous weekend. To start this week off we want to introduce you to the blogger of the week, Dennis Ngango! Some of you may know him as Dennis, or @IamDennisNgango on Twitter, but he is also the co-founder of up & coming current, a website that engages with the youth by inspiring and motivating them to believe that their dreams are attainable. Dennis...

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The New Shero: Have You Found Yours Yet?

By: Silindile Mbali Ndlovu Well what I mean is the new age woman. They will study and talk about this type of woman for years to come. Last weekend I was introduced to a woman who is 28 years old. She is achieving great things in her job, lives alone and she is happy, very astute. As the evening unfolded she spoke about how aspirant she was. I saw myself in her. Even if we come from different homes and different races we are born of...

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