Er... what do we call that again? Life as a foreigner is quite interesting. You find yourself looking for common words and your brain takes you straight to voicemail. It’s fascinating to realise that what is a normal saying is actually an alien language to the next person.
Kodwa mntanami unesiphiwo sok’gangaIt was a lovely summer evening when my dad came back from work. It was my turn to make him tea, as per normal I went to the kitchen turned on the kettle, and set out all the things i'd need for the tea. While I was waiting for the kettle to... Continue Reading →
Graduating from one of Mzansi's to Universities "If you're not happy just quit, and keep hunting for your happiness." Many a time we are told to follow our dreams, to do what feels right to us, to do what we love. But, how many people have told you the honest truth that the road... Continue Reading →
Dear FebruaryI know you only have 28 days and when you feel adventurous in every 4 years you add one more day. That special child, leap year. How we all love leap year. Many believe that we should act outside the norm, for example, women can propose to men. Everything doesn’t become so traditional. We... Continue Reading →