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Author: Thembi Terry Zulu

The staple meal in the Zulugirl household is mealie meal porridge.   There isn’t anyone in my house that can cook very well but everyone can make porridge perfectly. Porridge is our staple food because it is easy to make, quick and you can serve it in...

I am a hypochondriac that has an erratic fitness journey. This is ironic because you’d think I’d love to exercise to ward off most chronic diseases but nope! Here are a few excuses, sorry reasons, why I can’t commit to my fitness journey.   I don’t go...

MaKupsy aka Fitness Bae texted me about possibly having a 30 day blogging challenge and I was sold in less than 5 minutes. Anything that has to do with Zimbabwean bloggers I jump to instantly. She created a WhatsApp group, we sent out invitations to...

This is a very sensitive subject for me because people close to me have taken trips to the loony bin and I do not want to offend them in any way. Mental health is a serious issue and it needs to be treated accordingly. When...

I didn’t care too much for local brands until I got into advertising. One or more of our clients was into FMCG and I had to know the brand plus the competitors. There are three brands that stand out for me as a girl and...

“Why don’t you just start your own thing?”   Yes, I am 28 and unmarried but this is the FAQ of my life. How blessed am I?   I went to spend the weekend at my aunt’s house and we spoke about how I am leaving my current job...

This is a difficult topic for me because I am really not into clothes. If being naked was legal, I’d opt for that honestly. But because the hwindis aren’t having it, I have to put on clothes. I’d really like to dress better and to...

The one thing that must be done in my city is for the industries to be developed into their former glory. This is a touchy, sensitive topic because everybody has their two cents and we will always end up at tribalism but this needs to...

I am dark girl born in a family of yellow babies. I was always compared to them and asked why I am not as pretty. Only now did I come to realise that unpretty meant, “why are you not light?”   Taking pictures with the Zulugirls is...