When I met this lovely young woman in 2006, I never thought anything would come out of it. I was excited to have a job with initial three-month probation. I had been out of high school for five years and I didn’t know what my future prospects would be. All I knew, was I had
It was the beginning of my second year as a consultant and an independent journalist when I received a call. I can’t remember how the man on the other end of the phone got my number, but he offered me an opportunity to run a social media training at an organisation he consulted. I was
Over the weekend I encountered a very interesting taxi driver. Young guy very inquisitive. When I hailed the taxi on the app and I called the driver, I was met with a very pleasant voice on the other end of the phone. I provided directions to my pick up location which he found with ease.
It was January 2014, the wells had started to dry up and I had no idea how in the world how to stay afloat. The internet wave had come and destabilised western media houses, so most of the publications I wrote for started to send “goodbye” emails, because their revenue models were collapsing under the
“Siku Kuu! Siku Kuu! Siku Kuu!” the children screamed waving their hands in the air, clothes flapping in the wind as they ran towards the river. The adults spilt out of the church as the choir sang Christmas Carols. There was a lot of laughter and chatter as people eased out of the church compound
“Did you carry the torches I left on your bed this morning when I was heading to the shower?” Louise barked at Lorraine. “Yes,” Lorraine responded rolling her eyes. “Anything else mother?” she uttered sarcastically. “Take that tone with me now, you will be thanking me later when you need me in the wilderness.” Louise