Thembi Terry Zulu
Get to know the Zimbabwean Blogger
I am Thembelihle Terry-Lynne Zulu. I was born on the 14th August 1989 in the City of Kings to the late Mr. Nkululeko and Mrs. Nomalanga Zulu. I have two brothers, Simeon and Simon. I also have four little sisters, Bongiwenkosini, Nobuhle, Fezubuhle and Zothile.
I went to Petra College in Bulawayo and got my degree in Journalism and Media studies from the National University of Science and Technology. I am passionate about the arts, women’s issues and the environment. I am the co-founder of Girl Grandeur Zimbabwe, a personal blogger by passion and a publicist by profession. I’m also a freelance writer for publications such as ZimBuzz, Induna Magazine, Divas Inc magazine, Kalabash Media and Kwantuthu Arts magazine amongst others. I aspire to have my own PR and Advertising agency…someday.
My latest posts
The new year doesn’t only come with new goals and new resolutions. It also brings about new issues and new pressures. With the turn of the year, we are coming from wedding season, engagement season and the season where family all comes together to ask you why you...
The road to hell is really paved with good intentions. When you read ‘witch’ you automatically assumed that I was a naked, hyena riding, potion making witch and although that’s where witches end up, I wasn’t at that level yet....
I have this one friend that I love very much but I’ve had to let go. I struggle with opening up and when I do that means I’ve invested. Once I have invested I don’t want to let go. The pain literally feels like I am losing a limb....
Love & Life
Have you noticed that most women in racy videos wear a wedding ring? Being in a risqué music video could potentially taint the artist’s image and wearing a ring is automatically supposed to make it all better. Still need some...
Hustle & Grind
Being an influencer is the ability to hook people into believing in you and your opinion to the extent of parting with their hard-earned money just because you sold them the dream. https://www.facebook.com/PrinceEa/videos/2296585160569293/ Why should we believe you?...
Saw this bloggers' survey on Afrobloggers and I have been meaning to get around to it and you know how procrastination gets. I finally took the time and completed the survey. Please find the responses below. 1. How long have you been running your current blog(s) for?...