Pulani Mota is a self-confessed Foodie, who describes herself as a Cupcake Addict who’s always willing to travel anywhere for Food. Continue reading AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – Pulani Mota
Constantly being at war with telling the truth, yet fighting to accept it myself. Continue reading AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – Anjolaoluwa Ozozoma Coker
Ugandan Blogger Amanya adamantly proclaims that his secret for blog success is writing about the one thing that everybody relates to … love! He regards himself as an endlessly flowing natural who has a unique way of writing. He shares his blogging journey and the discipline that has helped him become a better writer even though he is self taught What’s the best thing a … Continue reading AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – El Amanya
- Who is B?
B is this crazy guy who writes down all the thoughts I am afraid to say out loud. Thoughts if spoken out loud would make people look at me like guy you need your head examined. If you must know I had my head examined just this morning, I looked in the mirror and it looked darn fine (to me anyway) Continue reading “MEET AN AFROBLOGGER: BEATON”
In our pursuit to showcase African Bloggers this week we feature a Namibian Blogger. Continue reading “MEET AN AFRICAN BLOGGER: AMAKALI TULIPAMWE”
Q1. Tell us a bit about yourself
I was born and raised in Accra, Ghana. I’ve always loved reading, but I never wrote anything until age 14 when I began to write a few short stories. I studied Economics at the University, but I now pursue a passion for writing.
The first poem I wrote was ‘morally wrong’. I still cannot bring myself to recollect the erotic words of Climax, but that was what broke the ice for me. I found my voice in poetry, and this is what I love to write/blog about now. Continue reading “MEET AN AFRICAN BLOGGER: V NAA TAKIA”