My favorite meme is the "it's none of my business" yes something are totally none of my business and personally I wouldn't careless where a socialite had her drinks last night or where a famous news anchor was spotted but what is and should be my business is the affairs of this country as virtue… Continue reading It’s none of my business
You know we as Kenyan don't know our rights and if we do well we turn a blind eye. For most of us as long as the basics are met we are good but for the ambitious ones we like to go beyond the basics and think of our future generations unfortunately some of us… Continue reading We should get angry
We've always known that black people have suffered the greatest form of racism in history; this has made many of us and some celebrities to go to the extent of bleaching themselves to become more beautiful and acceptable. We all know the sad story of Micheal Jackson(May God rest his soul) and how he started… Continue reading Being judged by the colour of your skin
I have always been sceptical about stripes for fear that if I wear them they might make me look smaller than I am(I am petite). I guess this is a simple guide on how to wear stripes.
by Simon Andras
It’s a fashion faux pas for curvy women to wear stripes, right?
Just look at Nicki Minaj, Kim Kardashian, and Kelly Osbourne. They’ve successfully rocked stripes so many times that we just have to make the safe deduction that stripes can highlight any type of silhouette.
However, in this case, one size does not fit all. There are many different kinds of stripes that will suit many different body shapes. Take a look at the following list to see which type of stripes flatters your form the best!
If you carry most of your weight in your midsection, you’re a sweet, round apple! Chances are you might have a little tummy going on. What you need are vertical stripes. These kinds of stripes are going to elongate your shape and divert attention from your horizontal shape. Also stick with darker stripes because contrasting colors add…
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While I do appreciate the growing and thriving African entertainment industry; especially the film industry. I still got some qualms about some of the content being aired... yes they are African but we do not own them; I mean they are produced and the cast is African to some extent but not the concept. what… Continue reading Owning and appreciating Our productions
I hear they say things about you bad, sad things, My Beloved Africa things that bring tears to my eyes; why do they keep on saying that about the place I call Home? They say that you are backward, they call you the dark continent; all I hear them say is your children are… Continue reading My Beloved Africa
We have heard about them on radio, we have watched them on TV, and read their stories on print and online media. They could have been us, our mums, our sisters, our friends, or our daughters. I am talking about female genital mutilation and the practice of early marriage . some are lucky enough to… Continue reading our culture… Is it worth it?
To Start let me ask you: how much do you know about your culture or how well do you know your culture? Culture goes beyond our knowledge of the language that is just one part of it, to understand a culture you need to understand their way of life, their food, music, sport, and many… Continue reading Know Your Culture