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Author: Thembi Terry Zulu

My parents’ retirement is in my plans. The thing with our generation is that the economy has failed us. Our parents by the time they were my age, had great jobs, were paying NSSA and had access to facilities that enabled them to procure property...

When it comes to religious issues to each his own. Nobody will ever say that their religion is foul and everybody will use the same bible to back up their religious doctrines and beliefs. All I know is, believe in something and don’t let anyone...

I grew up watching Ezomgido and Pungwe Mirepoix on New Year’s eve. We would stay up late watching local music videos back to back. It was an annual family tradition. My dad would record our favourite songs on video tape which I still have by...

I had heard the worst horror stories about the things that happen in the kitchen. Dirty dishes, rats, misplaced bodily fluids etcetera. I used to love eating out cause I am extremely undomesticated. I don't know how to cook and I hate doing the dishes...

WhatsApp is the most convenient mode of communication. My phonebook has 1400 contacts but only 1000 of them are on WhatsApp. It’s a miracle that I am in only 12 WhatsApp groups. Nobody is on my blocked list. Those that add me to broadcast lists...

This is a good question, what is my totem? I think in Ndebele it's what they refer to as 'isitemo.' Then in that case, I have one or two depending on how well you know the struggle that is my life. I personally feel that in the...

Here’s the thing I love about my best friend, she will come over and it requires little to no effort at all to entertain her. There is no pressure when she is coming over. No pressure to come across a certain way. No pressure to...

If you are reading this, you already know that I am a Zimbabwean blogger. I have been blogging for 3 years since my time at varsity. Its changed a lot over the years, from Blogspot to WordPress. It started off called, "As Told By The Zulugirl."...

When I started blogging, it didn’t seem like something that I would have stuck to this far. It’s been a constant learning process and I still learn everyday. I knew enough to pass the New Media course at university but to monitise the blog and...