Reflections

Who says you cannot trust anyone?

By Lebogang Sewale: “I don't think I trust him/her that much!” or “I'm not sure if I can trust him/her!” These are the common statements we hear in our daily lives. Trust is another tool of life, but happens to be a very difficult component to maintain. The truth is; trust is an odd thing: on the other hand it's […]

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Series, The Apprentice

The Master and the Apprentice

By Kizzy Katawonga “Always two there are. A master and an apprentice” Master Yoda, Star Wars If you're wondering who Master Yoda is then I have to ask; what planet do you live on? Seriously though, it doesn't really matter who he is. What matters is the wisdom which is there's always a student and a teacher, a leader and […]

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Reflections

We are all heroes

By Andrew Pacutho: I spend my days wanting, wishing, hoping and thinking of doing something great. I read with longing stories of people doing things that change the world; be it in the arts, the sciences or just life in general. I realise then that we cannot all be in the lime light or have the benefit of media coverage […]

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Budapest Chronicles, Series

Budapest Chronicles: Eating time

By Brian Friday Bwesigye It is 1305 hours, the thing inside wants the thing in the pot (ekyomunda nikyenda ekyomunyungu). Prof. Roger O’Keefe’s class starts at 1330 hours and dude keeps his time! Hit the cafeteria then. But isn’t the line in the cafeteria long? Students of other CEU departments have just reported, or maybe they have not yet figured […]

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Series, The Maid's Son

The Maid’s Son: Cast out the demon, not the possessed!

By JJ Mponye: Everything had been going on well between Nama, Tricia and I until Tricia’s curiosity got the better of her. She was snooping around for some sort of evidence in Nama’s bedroom when she landed on some bizarre stuff. It sent her scampering into the sitting room in unimaginable shock and anger. One would have thought she had […]

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Illusions of a Bachelor, Series

Illusions of a Bachelor: Sunday School and “Murder”

By Aaron Aroriza: 'God, this pastor doesn't respect Sunday. He spends it doing house work at my girl's, sorry his fiancée's place. He's not a good person. Please do me the miracle of getting him out of her life.' I was still sending this prayer to God when the youth pastor, beaming with a smile asked for my name. “I'm […]

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Inspirational, Tale Africa

I did it on purpose

By Moleboheng Mahasa Most of us are busy with things that do not enhance our lives for a period longer than a day, a night, a week, a month or even (because we are good at stretching things) a year.  We are ever striving, ever attempting, ever pushing to be like other people. We are ever fantasising, ever dreaming, ever […]

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Illusions of a Bachelor, Series

Illusions of a Bachelor: Talkin’ about death

By Aaron Aroriza: I am totally drained of all positive emotions, devoid of inspiration. Today I don't feel like doing anything, and that's the challenge I'm facing. It's early Monday morning and I am still mourning my friend's death. There's something about death that always makes us think about life. And I'm thinking, 'this life I'm living. Is it really […]

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