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December 21, 2018
Best Books Of 2018?

Wow this was a terrible year for reading, I'm even embarrassed to mention how many books I read this year. Bad year for reading, blogging, huuu I did a whole lot of nothings in 2018 but I will admit, not all of that nothing was bad. If that makes sense. I bought a whole lot […]

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April 2, 2018
Rest In Peace Mama Winnie Mandela

An icon of our struggle, Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela has passed on and we are left with the HUGE lesson her life was or should have been to us all. Mam Winnie was admitted at the Netcare Milpark Hospital, where she had been in and out since the beginning of the year. The news was […]

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February 12, 2018
#CHICA15 This & That With Linda Mtoba

The first time I got to know of Linda Mtoba was in March last year when pictures of her traditional wedding pics went viral on social media. I was struck by how breathtakingly beautiful she is and of course the next best thing was to find her on instagram, huuu I was not ready for […]

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January 8, 2018
I Finally Went For My First Pap Smear At 29! This Is What Happened...

It is a fact that most women are scared of undergoing a Pap Smear test! I mean who wants to have foreign instruments up her lady bits, coupled with the possibility of discovering that you may have life threatening conditions?! Well, I was one of those many women and for the past 2 years I […]

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December 12, 2017
This Demon Called Fear

Have you ever wanted something but always felt like you were held back from achieving it? I have. Many, many times. It’s the demon called FEAR that’s holding you, and I back from that goal you keep running away from every other day. If there’s one thing I did effectively in 2017 and believe I deserve a medal […]

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November 8, 2017
3 Reasons Why You Should Go Watch The Suitcase At Market Theatre

I went to watch The Suitcase at the Market Theatre on Sunday. Yes, I finally went to the theatre, not for any other thing but to watch a play. There have been lots of plays I've wanted to see but for some reason could not go.. and I watched the Lion King in Hong Kong […]

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September 25, 2017
Swazi Dlamini On Family, Longevity And The Business Of Music

This year marks 20 years since the release of the first Joyous Celebration album. One of the most notable vocalists to come out of the remarkable group is Swazi Dlamini. She captured audiences with her voice which led some of the group’s most notable songs such as ‘Keep The Faith’ and ‘I’ve Got Something’, before […]

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September 8, 2017
Daniel Wellington: How Elegance Reminded Me Of The Value Of Time

I have been thinking a lot of about TIME lately and I promise it's not because I'm a new proud owner of a Daniel Wellington watch! I have been thinking about my birthday next year, and though I am not big on birthday celebrations, the fact that this year I spent my birthday studying for […]

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September 5, 2017
MTN Announces Winners in the MTN Women in ICT Awards

MTN announces the winners in the MTN Women in ICT – Partnership for Change Awards On Thursday, 31 August 2017, MTN announced the winners of the second edition of the MTN Women in ICT – Partnership for Change Awards at a gala event held in Johannesburg. Chica was invited to this prestigious event and what […]

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August 28, 2017
Dudu Comes To Jozi And Owns Her BOTH

Owning MY Both In my head it seemed an easy enough article, a lens into my “both” and my multi-faceted nature until I had to sit down, and gather my thoughts and piece this introspective article… I have a very active brain that likes to pick things apart, even when they seem straightforward enough – […]

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