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Author: Thembi Terry Zulu

I get that people need to have some level of aggression in business. But there’s a trend that I’m seeing more and more especially being here in the big city. Whereby ‘entrepreneurs’ use and abuse people at will just to get ahead. Feels like modern...

So every girl deserves her own lipstick mafia and God has blessed me with dope ride-or-die friends. Sifiso Mabhena, Sandiswe Bhule, Heather Dube, Cherish Ntuli, Tash Manzungu, Sdumie. C Moyo, Rozalliny Munemo and Sithabiso Ndhlovu. These are the women that have been my pillar of...

To my fellow females, we need to stop selling each other dreams. We need to be honest about our lives and the struggles we are experiencing. We are lying to the doctors, we are lying to the women’s organisations and the worst thing is that...

I have been avidly watching a series called "Reign." So its basically about a young Queen of Scots about to marry her betrothed - the prince of France. The day she arrives at the French court, there is a vision from the seer that their...

So the Katswe Sistahood held a miniskirt march last week that ended up trending on Twitter. Which is an achievement but a waste because they failed to use their Twitter to channel and facilitate all the dialogue that was taking place. It’s like they threw...

For those who follow me on Twitter, they will understand why this post was called for. I wont go into it for those that don’t know Imma just address the issue. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always had problems sharing. I...

Most of the people probably think I’m stuck up or whatever cause I join certain causes and leave them halfway. And quite recently, I been turning down offers to do joint initiatives. I used to be an initiative-monger but that girl doesn’t live here anymore...

Spent a couple of months working at the Miss Earth Zimbabwe trust. I’m shocked that I’m only blogging about it now. Ah well, better late than never I suppose. I had no love for pageants until I started working with one. All the hard work...