On the 30th of November 2017, I had the honour of being selected alongside three other young people from the Southern African region to participate in a meeting organised by the SRHR Trust and the AU Reference Group on Ending Child Marriage, the meeting was aimed at finding ways to engage young people on the … Continue reading Efforts in Ending Child Marriages in Africa: In the context of Botswana
Photo: Daily South and East African Tourism Update Kenya is currently on every news headline given this rather historic moment, where we saw the Supreme Court choosing to uphold democracy rather than turning a blind eye or rather conforming to international pressure. The national elections that happened on August 8, where said to be flawed … Continue reading Kenyan supreme court nullifies elections: Uhuru, you got served!
When will the paradigm shift? This is probably the hardest post I have ever had to write thus far simply because of the scrutiny I know I am going to get from it but because it bothers me so much to hell with subtlety. In fact I have had my religious beliefs questioned numerous times, … Continue reading A Woman’s Right to Abortion
Photo source: Africa Speaks 4 Africa I went to Tanzania for 8 weeks on a community development project, and during that time I found myself falling in love with the country, it has become my second home. A place I could always go back to. Everyone around me knows that I want to go back and … Continue reading TANZANIA: Culture v Women’s Rights
I got a chance to travel to Lesotho for the first time this year in April. The first thing I thought when I got to the boarder was “this country is freezing cold”. It’s expected right? After all, it’s a mountainous place. I should have actually invested in the blanket Sotho men put on.Its a … Continue reading LESOTHO: The Kingdom In The Sky
PAW stands for Phenomenal African Women, It is a foundation which aims to Inspire, Celebrate and Empower African women who are making an impact in their communities.They feature female change makers from all over the continent.I was privileged enough to be approached by them to be featured on their online magazine. It always puts … Continue reading My Interview on Phenomenal African Woman Magazine
#IShallNotForget Earlier this May news broke out on social media that a certain councillor of a village called Sebina had impregnated a 17 year old girl. Facebook messages between this councillor and a certain prominent minister had been leaked. This conversation began with the man who impregnated the young girl asking the minister to … Continue reading Sebina Saga: Batswana unite to fight against child abuse