Social Media Disclaimers (2016)

Copy of #TheSafeSpace Column published in the Times Of Swaziland on the 8th of June 2016: In this day and age, the use of social media for many can be likened to second nature. Unfortunately, the fact that posting status and tweeting comes with ease, a lot of individuals have been caught up in some […]

My African Dreams (2016)

Greetings once again to my fellow Africans and friends of this great continent.  My sincerest apologies for not sharing an article last Wednesday.  I took part in an eye-opening journey to West Africa and got so caught up in Africa’s marvel and beauty!  On the bright side, I got to experience Africa Day (commemorated every […]

Spirit of Volunteerism (2016)

Copy of the #TheSafeSpace Column published in the Times Of Swaziland on the 18th of May 2016: For many people on our beautiful continent that we call Africa, the act of volunteering is simply unacceptable. In a world that is unpredictable and money is often hard to come by, people would rather sit still than […]

Africa should support Africa (2016)

Africa as a whole is known for many things. Some are true, some are not and other things depend on who you speak to. From my own observations, there seems to be some sort of agreement that Africans generally don’t support each other. Although I am not aware of any scientific study that has accurately […]

Inclusive Society: Final Episode (2016)

Copy of #TheSafeSpace Column published in the Times Of Swaziland on the 27th of April 2016: Welcome and thank you for tuning into our final episode of Inclusive Society. Over the past four weeks we have placed the focus on a group that is often ignored, discriminated against and mercilessly judged; the transgender community in […]

Inclusive Society: Episode Three (2016)

Copy of my #TheSafeSpace Column published in the Times Of Swaziland on the 20th of April 2016: Previously on Inclusive Society: I teamed up with Swazi LGBTI NGO Rock of Hope to commemorate International Transgender Day of Visibility (31 March, annually). Through Lindokuhle, an advocate for the organisation, we looked at the relevant terminology (sex, […]