WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A YOUNG WOMAN IN SOUTH AFRICA

Friday issue written by: Onelisa Mgoqi   Why are we here? Someone once made the assertion that when we are born, the girl child starts a journey of being moulded into a woman. This constitutes being a god wife and the works. But the boy child? Well, even as early as when he is a... Continue Reading →

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WHAT MEN HAD TO SAY IN DEDICATION TO THE WOMEN IN THEIR LIVES!!

Written by: Sinesipho Ngcaluza     When a friend of mine who by the way follows the blog complained about how the blog has  very few engagement or topics which are man related, at first I was defensive. After putting some thought to it, I realized  how correct he was and how it seemed sexist.... Continue Reading →

WOMEN’S ISSUE: SIPHOSETHU NONGANGA

Written by: Sinesipho Ngcaluza     In honour of the women’s month celebration, we invited a talented radio personality and inspiring woman to cover our women’s issue. Siphosethu Nonganga [28] was born and raised at NU-4 Motherwell in Port Elizabeth. She is part of the SABC news team based at Umhlobo Wenene FM where she... Continue Reading →

5 ISSUES THAT WOMEN STILL FACE DAILY

Women's Month post: written by Sinesipho Ngcaluza   On this month, we celebrate women for their courage, strength, and everything they stand for. But we are reminded of how far where we headed is, how many steps we must still take and how much work needs to be executed. From being a world where women... Continue Reading →

Wellness Thursday: Oral Contraceptives

Many women  are not taking any form of contraceptives because they lack knowledge about them. There are so many myths that revolves around contraceptives according to stats, this is one of the reason that leads to people not taking contraceptives. Oral contraceptives are pills that are used by women to prevent pregnancy. The vary from... Continue Reading →

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