Reflections

Let’s talk about Porn

By Tafadzwa Razemba: Ephesians 5:11 Have nothing to do with fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. Bodies writhing, ok maybe not writhing, more of spasmodic movements. Body parts at maximum exposure, no emotions shown or even feigned by the people partaking, as if they were doing something as meaningless and valueless as popping corn. Actually, popping corn would […]

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Eve's Notes

Etched across her forehead…

By Moleboheng Mahasa Pain has etched a love letter across her forehead. Those who encounter her need not even ask. It is written in her eyes and in the way she musters up a smile to cover it all. You can see it on the stubborn setting of her jaw. It is plain to see, pain has held her hostage. […]

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Reflections

You cling to the past at your peril

By Nick Twinamatsiko: About a year ago, a certain boy with an unusual ability to mentally execute mathematical processes was featured in a vernacular television programme, Vumbula. Callers would give him any two figures, say 10917 and 13257, and within seconds, he would mention the product. Sophisticated people must have called him a savant, while simple villagers may have viewed […]

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Reflections

Time to take rape seriously!

By James Lutaaya Esq. : On 3rd March when it was revealed that one Tracy Ninsiima had accused Professor Baryamureeba of raping her at her home culminating in her pregnancy, the ground was set to finally discuss rape and its retrogression in the struggle for women emancipation at a national level. Never has an act by man degraded, humiliated and […]

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Series, The Apprentice

The trouble with women AND men: a man’s response

By Kizzy Katawonga I was moved to write in response to the heartfelt and raw post “The Trouble with Men by Crosschild”. It seems the gender war has taken an odd turn where men are feeling more inadequate and women are becoming more fascist in their race to emancipation. The original article, “Common Sense: What have our women turned into?” […]

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Reflections

Britain in need of radical change

By James Lutaaya Esq. : The riots that beseeched Britain between 07.08.11-14.08.11 were a manifestation of the evils of creating a dependency state and class society; and Britain's religious retrogression. This Dependency State was solidified in the 13 year Labour era until 2010 and the class society is evolving more obviously under the Coalition era mainly with Conservative ideas. Religious […]

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Inspirational, Tale Africa

In the end, Jacob must have fallen in love with Leah!

By Nick Twinamatsiko: The story of Jacob and his two wives is one of the most famous in the Bible. 'Leah was tender eyed; but Rachel was beautiful and well favored. And Jacob loved Rachel; and said (to Laban), I will serve you seven years for Rachel your younger daughter.' Laban consented, but when the seven years elapsed, he deceived […]

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Inspirational

I am pregnant!

By Moleboheng Mahasa I am pregnant with hope. Expectation is causing my whole body to swell up with joy. Positive energy courses through my veins and invades every nook and crevice within me. I feel this dream kicking inside of me, reminding me that I carry life. The seed deposited within me by the Father has fused with a willing […]

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