These books are such a thrill! The minute you finish the one, you immediately want to read the next one. Well that’s how it was for me. I enjoyed the books because they tell true African stories that people deal with day to day.
"I love hymns like an old woman. But, seriously, I love the message of hymns like Ke Ngwana Hao and Le Mo Tsebe ke Modimo ... There's something about Lifela tsa Sione. They pierce the heart. Perhaps we Basotho love to sing. They make you understand yourself. There's a hymn for every situation."
I gave birth to a beautiful boy named Samkelo - which means acceptance. I was in denial of my pregnancy. I love him more than I love myself. For him, I swallowed my pride as a lesbian woman.
By Neo Moloko Tis the season of sexy bodies once again- SPRING Women have always been pressured to have a particular body shape that is dictated by society and the media. It is said that sexy bodies are made in winter- with Hashtags such as #Sexybodymissions and #Bodygoals trending all over social media, women … Continue reading The Evolution of the Female Body