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Author: Thembi Terry Zulu

Romantic comedies have misled women into thinking men are a TV channel that can be changed. This is an error! Most women have values. They have an ideal man characterised in their mind. They know what he sounds like. What he acts like. And chances are, they...

Do you know why Choice Assorted biscuits are the best? Well because they offer so many variations, options, etc. And that's great cause it caters for the whole family but...

Ever been so mad at somebody that your mouth literally got wired shut by your anger? You turn away cause you can't stand to look at them and you don't wanna risk obliterating them with your laser eye beams. And yet they insist on trying...

So as a black woman you're a second class citizen, positioned at the bottom of the societal food chain. You're sitting there spectating the oppression olympics and getting the wrong end of the batton constantly. And you've been wondering who is going to rescue you from...

You've been in love for a while now. And you wanna shout it from the rooftops that you're bae'd up. So you log onto Facebook and go all Shakespeare on his timeline with such a loving post Cupid would be ashamed. You log in hours later...

Its Valentine's and you are giftless and loveless. And you have to wait another four years til the next leap year to be treated and pampered by a woman. You're sitting there thinking, "Why am I single?" And you come to the conclusion that its because...

In the days of my youth, I used to work with young artistic youth in Bulawayo. I had this dream of having a talent agency of a new excellent standard. The ideas were there and the people were there but practical menial labourers were not....

Saviour syndrome is people basically running around playing Jesus with other people's lives. Whereby somebody feels like you were nothing before they came along. These are usually 'Know-It-Alls' and they offer advice that you haven't asked for. I find them insulting because they usually have...

Imagine you go the clinic and the doctor says to you, “You need a $600 injection for the ailment that you have.” And that $600 is the first of many medical bills including operations, equipment and your stay at the hospital. Chances are you didn’t...