“One wonders if this influx of women in churches does not give rise to potential abuse of power within the church.” In this fascinating article, Ilet Chirimangombe writes about how religion in Africa is built against women.Read More
In A Stigma Shrouded Syndrome, Ilet Chirimangombe talks about the HIV epidemic in Zimbabwe and how a much needed discourse would go a long way into battling it.Read More
TEAW founder, Anwulika Ngozi Okonjo talks about her personal growth in the past year and her hopes for herself and TEAW in the coming years.Read More
“Hi, I’m Shiela, I am an alcoholic.”
Sheila Goliati uses her brief dependency on alcohol to illustrate the ways African parents contribute to the very problems they demonize.Read More
Have you ever felt like ending your life? Slitting your wrists and dying relatively painlessly as the blood seeps through your cut-open veins into a tub full of warm water.
If you have, then we’re kindred spirits of the worst kind. Unified in the desire to die.
Anwulika Okonjo shares pages of her old diary as she reflects on the process of self-rediscovery.Read More
There are some histories that cannot be stolen, killed or completely removed thanks to the memory and relics of our elders.
Langa Zwane, from Swaziland, shares the life of her beloved Grandmother- the pillar of their family- and the lessons and legacy she has left.Read More