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Fiction
Damilare Sanusi

The Garden

     In the garden there was you and there was me     Everything was perfect in between……..                                

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Fiction
Damilare Sanusi

Neighbours

Sounds from both rooms met at the doorway and each tried to fight for listening room. Finally, he said to his younger neighbor; ‘Timi reduce the volume of your song, you are being a nuisance’.

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Culture
Mary Nwanua

Becky’s Dream

Heart beating Blood pumping Lipstick check Foundation and powder check The dress is on point Colour combination is a goal Her heels on her feet Purse in her hands Smile unfiltered She walks into the

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to portray 'overcame'
Africa
Mary Nwanua

I OVERCAME

My trial looming
Sadness lasting
Tears overflowing
Wound not healing

But I overcame

My apparel getting tattered
My flesh becoming leaner
My beauty appears fading
Emotion seems unstable

But I overcame

My weakness so glaring
Their whisper getting louder
Hatred ascending in numbers
Challenges undeserving

But I overcame

My heart shattered and broken
Hands girded in chains
Feet held in shackles
My every step took me back

But, I overcame
The screams in my head getting louder
Hope seems far fetched
Visions blur and unclear
Waves raising
My sky glooming

But I overcame

My courage did not fail
My action kept my going
My dreams became my reality
My willpower became my motivation
My persistence became my sweat
My ability became my influence

And

I overcame

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Africa
Nentapmun Gomwalk

What Makes a Colour Bad?

You cannot slap someone with dirty hands and call them filthy. We have accepted being black; it is our pride, it is our authentic form which can never be taken away. If we can accept that, then accept when in the name of a colour, people become murderers, cold-blooded killers, kidnappers and rapists. Judge then, who really is the monster.

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Damilare Sanusi

THE BEAUTIFUL ONES ARE BEING BURNT

The reality is our women are not safe, and the least men (I am one too) can do listen. It doesn’t have to happen to your daughter or sister to understand that this is an alarming situation. For every four women, you see at least one who has experienced/is experiencing assault in one way or the other.

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Africa
Mary Nwanua

Woman: The African Tale

On arrival into the world, her struggles start Tutored by ancient books unwritten Termed frail by society Within her household schooled Her daily tales are stories of who she is Her reality is like drama

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Lifestyle
Eseohe Ebhota-Akoma

How would you react to your parents’ rejection of your partner?

It’s a problem that is probably as old as time. Grown children don’t always choose the mate their parents want them to marry. In other words, they see it as being “old-fashioned” or “old school”.

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COVID-19 Effects of Coronavirus on Business
Africa
Stephanie Korve

COVID 19: Effects Of Coronavirus on Business

There is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live, work, interact, and do business. People are now averse to handshakes and hugs. People now have to find ways to work

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Poetry
Eseohe Ebhota-Akoma

Lessons of life

I feared love Until it touched my heart, Making the darkness fade Into bright sunny days I feared death Until I realized that it’s not an end But a beginning. I feared the future Until

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COVID-19: The Hunger Virus
Africa
Nenkinan Deshi

The Hunger Virus

Original: “Gaskiya mun gode. Da yawa suna kwana da nunwa. Ba abinci. Ciwon cororo ko mene. Ba sai ya zo ba. Nunwa zai keshe wanisu. Nunwa Virus” Direct Translation to English: “We are honestly grateful.

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Africa
Eseohe Ebhota-Akoma

DRINK OF THE WEEK: Kunun Zaki

Growing up in the North (Jos, Plateau state), one of the best memories I’ve had is enjoying their delicacies – food and drink (But I’m not a foodie oh….Lol) When it comes to food in

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A general interest and contemporary lifestyle magazine, laced with thoughts from young people from and beyond Africa, who see the world differently, and have chosen to share the light, love and grace that they see.

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