HARARE – Natural hair has now exceeded being a mere movement, but it is now a way of life in Zimbabwe. Corporate naturalistas are making their mark in their kinky Afros, no need to be told our hair is “unprofessional”. My natural hair is growing, however it has reached a stunt, much like my hair when it was relaxed.
So I am creating a #FESOChallenge by Ngosikadzi Concrete Jungle BLOG, I am inviting all those interested to join a Facebook group and participate in the challenge to grow their hair naturally or follow the progress. Continue reading “Growing your Natural Hair naturally…introducing the #FesoChallenge”
I love me some festival fashion, the music and the fun needs clothes that are easy and liberating.
Hence I never seem to find enough clothing that can express my free spirit with the right balance of culture and fashion. Continue reading “Festival fashion the HAMBA Mzuri Sana travel collection”
It must have been the water of Zambezi that cleansed my thoughts, away from the smoke of the urban city of Harare – the smoke I rather felt was from the Falls’ “Smoke That Thunders” – Mosi-oa-Tunya known as Victoria Falls.
It is from that the name HAMBA came into my mind, Hamba Now, Travel Now, Go Now a travel company. Continue reading “Travel Zimbabwe, introducing hambanow.com”
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When I decided to leave, I left, but I made sure that you would never forget me. Towards the end, I laced my kisses with a poignant longing, I tailored them with the intention that you would never forget me. Never. The girl that set whole cities on fire for you. The girl that reached into her guts and pulled out… Continue reading In Retrospect
HARARE – The silence from this platform is on purpose. I had a heartbreak to deal with, had to take time off and reconnect with those that love me and forgive those that cannot. However I noticed my skin has a glow… a glow indeed. And given my extra time I am outchea looking at peoples skin and going hmmmm also how my skin changes … Continue reading 5 TIPS to glowing FLAWLESS skin this Summer
My blogging journey started on Tumblr, later on this site on WordPress and after winning a fashion blogger award at Zimbabwe Fashion 2012, travelled to Malaysia for a boy and 2013 decided it was time to pursue a Media Management PostGrad Diploma. In 2014 was hired as an inhouse blogger and social media person for Sunday Mail Newspaper, wrote a column on fashion and food … Continue reading My blogging journey the #30DayAfriBlogger
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A couple of weeks ago, we spoke about Singleness from 1 Corinthians 7 and how the church should do better at discipling singles in a sermon titled “It’s Complicated” – Sanctifying Relationship Status. After this sermon, one of our congregants, Gareth Brady, emailed me and shared how he and his wife Robyn wanted to disciple singles in their community, as he had been someone who had… Continue reading Messy Grace Blog – Sanctifying Singleness
Either you get fit to look better or you get fit for survival. I have learnt how fitness teaches a lot on life. A special event happened as I ran up the hill at Kopje with police rookies. The latter is the community of people who use fitness and sport to earn a living. Sensei Mugove Muhambi is a martial arts guru who also trains, … Continue reading 3 LESSONS from fatness to fitness: Harare Fitness Community
Malkerns Swaziland – the headline show of the evening was Jah Prayzah and the 3rd Generation Band. 30 minutes before the show was to start fans from around Africa wore military clothing and were waving the Zimbabwe flag. Making sure they are right by the stage. Nicknamed Musoja by his fans, as an army chanted “Jah Prayzah Jah Prayzah Jah Prayzah” as the band setup … Continue reading Swaziland Bushfire…When Jah Prayzah started an army
It was a beautiful warm day and cool evening in Maputo as Azgo Festival fever filled the air. Many guests sipping on the famous beer 2M known as the flavour of the coastal town at the event. Unfortunately the demand was higher than expected and the bar system proved inefficient if one did not speak Portuguese to grab attention. Never the less the shopping stalls … Continue reading Mozambique Adventure . . .When Freshly Ground said the F word on stage at Azgo