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Midsummer’s night dreaming

Ever thought of quitting your day job and following your passion?  Let’s explore; you may be inspired. Read more…

FRIDAY MUSIC: Brooklyn Bound

What better way to welcome the weekend than with good music? Discover my favourite chill-out mix. Read more…

La Rentree

A breath of fresh air. Something is definitely in the air. Read more..

iBlog… Finally

Let us catch up! It’s been a while…

GUEST BLOG: Aaaaah! Women and The Body…

Experts have known that friends influence how girls and women view and judge their own body weight, shape and size. But what if I ushered the words “The Body” to you, which feelings and thoughts sprung to mind? Guest blog article by Mimi Zabu explores the topic through a little social experiment. Read more…

What’s so extraordinary about the ordinary?

What is so extraordinary about life anyway? I do not repudiate that being alive and in good heath or having the basic necessities that many on the globe are lacking from is not remarkable. What are we looking for? What do we seek as human beings. Read more…

In remembrance of……

There are moments during the day when a thought about Congo passes through my mind. I think of what people must be going through in Eastern Congo. Of how many women and girls may be getting raped or communities being displaced due to the fighting at this instant. Of the number of little boys who may […]

Who’s been a naughty girl?

Hello beautiful beings!!!The title is appropriate. Ironically my last blog post was entitled ‘What to blog about?’ and just like that the frequency of my posts were affected. I ‘ave been busy al’righ! That is the blogger’s greatest calamity. Wait; did I just  address myself as a blogger officially for the first time? I do not […]

OPINIONS THAT MATTER: Kambale Musavuli on Congo

This is going to be a long post coming from a place of love and urgency needed for our people on the ground. Lots of calls were made to folks on the ground and policy makers here in the USA. We are very clear that change will come from the inside so it is really […]

Understanding ALBINISM

Albinism is refered to as an autosomal recessive condition. It is not a disease, but strictly hereditary; meaning that it cannot be transferred by blood transfusions or contact with another person. It is characterised by the complete or partial absence of pigment in the skin, eyes or hair because of abnormal genes inherited from parents that do not produce […]