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Young, Black & Gifted

Young, Black & Gifted

Dance is life!!!”says the 23-year-old. Smangaliso Ngwenya studied Drama & Journalism at Rhodes University and after graduating with an honours equivalent qualification in the Bachelor of Journalism and Media Studies, he decided to go straight for his calling dance “I have always been a child […]

Finding You in Your Name [Part 1- The design]

Finding You in Your Name [Part 1- The design]

The design: There is an ABUNDANT BEAUTY and VALUE of a Name given to you as you are and its one we need to Solely find in ourselves. Our names are not only to mark us “Tags” so strangers know where we need to be […]

Zaatar Spiced Lamb Rump Steak with Mashed Sweet Potato and Harissa

Zaatar Spiced Lamb Rump Steak with Mashed Sweet Potato and Harissa

Lamb All Dressed Up… The Middle East bug really bit me and I still have the love for their food. Food filled with flavour and spices, just speaks to me and that’s why I have much love for their food. This is a new dish […]

10 Things That Happen When You Meet A Good Guy After A Toxic Relationship

10 Things That Happen When You Meet A Good Guy After A Toxic Relationship

A friend sent me a text of an article that really touched him. I went through the article and was also heartened so I decided to share the article as is. By Kirsten Corley When you are in a toxic relationship you dont realize how […]

Winter Warmer

Winter Warmer

Winter comes with cold weather and hearty food. What warms a person up during winter nights is a bowl of your favourite curry. Filled with wonderful flavours that would permeate the entire house, a curry feeds the soul when its cold outside. I love chicken […]

Healthy Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing

Healthy Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing

I am not a huge fan of avo, I actually dislike it. I try and avoid it as much as I can. Something that I also dislike is the store bought salad dressing! So as Im on a journey of eating healthier. I decided to […]

7 Colours (My version) | Charred lamb chops with baba ganoush, harissa and roasted vegetables

7 Colours (My version) | Charred lamb chops with baba ganoush, harissa and roasted vegetables

Lamb journey Coming up with this dish was fun. It reminded me of my time in the Middle East not so long ago. There they love their food filled with flavour and spices, yes the do eat spicy food but not overly hot, just the […]

7 Colours (My version) | Beef Fillet with Beetroot Puree, Sauted Baby Carrots, Red Wine Sauce and Roasted Onions

7 Colours (My version) | Beef Fillet with Beetroot Puree, Sauted Baby Carrots, Red Wine Sauce and Roasted Onions

We grew up knowing that Sundays is thee day for a family feast and we dont skimp on anything, I mean we treat ourselves to a dam good meal that we will rave about the entire week. Mama would cut up some beetroot, pumpkin, green […]

Honey Water…the best kept secret

Honey Water…the best kept secret

I hate taking tablets and lets be honest, not all of us can afford to go to the gym everyday, so I have always looked for other ways of staying healthy without breaking my bank balance and in a way that does not require a […]

#WeAreComingForEverything | The Emergence of Black Cyclists

#WeAreComingForEverything | The Emergence of Black Cyclists

#WeAreComingForEverything is a new section of our blog where we look at new and exciting sports and activites that were previously seen as only for white people, but are now seeing an increase in participation by black people In this installment, we’re speaking to Bongani […]