I am a criminal. I was ten years old when I got caught for stealing a mini bar chocolate at a nearby supermarket. The security guard was aware that I … Continue reading Crime Chooses Us: If Education Fosters Equality, Then Why Are We All Criminals?
When you are married, that is the only time you can sleep next to your enemy and wake up alive the next morning. As a young, black, township born and … Continue reading M A R R I A G E
This piece is inspired by my leadership thesis defence which I did for my final year at the African Leadership Academy, the pre-university program I have been fortunately blessed to … Continue reading About Writing
Dear Grandma, I might not know you but thank you for raising a champion- your daughter, my mother. I heard you were an amazing woman. How I wish I could … Continue reading Heaven, Will You Pick Up The Phone Already? Mommy Needs to Call Someone.
It is not a fear of foreigners that is to be blamed. It is the deep desire rooted in hatred that is seen as fear that makes us want to … Continue reading South Africa, but why?