Author: Cynthia Ayeza

Short Stories, Tale Africa

Chick Flick (5)

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa There is another person you need to meet in my life. That is Zethu, my little sister. She is such a happy teenager. At sixteen she has a free spirit only found in matured adults. I would like to take credit for teaching her well but I think the teachings just found a good […]

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Short Stories, Tale Africa

Chick Flick (4)

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa The following two weeks were bliss. We painted Durban red with our love and enjoyed every moment of it. It was merely a day after the chillas when Lethabo invited me to her flat for a sleepover. What better way to know that she enjoyed her first experience? I knew I had to up […]

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Chick Flick (3)

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Realising that I am romantically interested in the same sex wasn’t an issue for me. But I’d say coming out was a bit of a challenge. Firstly; because I didn’t know that it was something I needed to declare to the world. And secondly; because I didn’t know I could be anything else other […]

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Chick Flick (2)

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa The following weekend was presentation weekend. My team and I used the week to sharpen the story and we were happy with it. My fellow writer Thomas did the full script while I did the technical stuff – synopsis, treatment etc. Thomas took the responsibility of presenting to the whole group and as expected they […]

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Short Stories, Tale Africa

Chick Flick (1)

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa I remember the first day I saw her. We were at a briefing at the local youth centre listening to government employees gloating about their boss’s good deeds. It was a boring meeting. I didn’t even want to go there. But there I was and there she was. The municipality was starting a program […]

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The Maiden of Spear and Shield (Finale)

  By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Nambi was underwhelmed. For all Bunya’s wizardry of technology, invention and Zaabu, his map device was a piece of junk. Nambi grabbed the map from Naki. She noticed something in the small hologram. It was sending thin and almost invisible rays of lights towards all the Zaabu near them. Something in her mind started […]

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Reflections

Freelance Lover

    By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Often times you wonder why people are so crazy about love. You wonder why they pretend like love is the best gift God gave to men when they know it’s not true. You know that very well. You are well into your third decade of life and you can’t get over how people […]

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