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Book review: “Where did we go wrong? (The cry – conversations about men)” by Athini B. Memani

Fatherlessness, gender-based violence, broken family structure, child abuse, poor standards of morality and principles, toxic relationships – these are some of the things society deals with. The impact these things have is gruesome, not to mention the great damage they cause. It’s human and very much understandable for society to bash men, to say, “Men …

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Book review: “A Praying Wife” by Mrs Zanele Shwane

When it comes to weddings and marriage, we automatically think about the glorious details: the white dress, the perfect wedding pictures, the ideal dream of having your ride or die; but we seldom consider the work, the commitment, the willingness required to sustain and have a successful marriage. “A Praying Wife” is an eye-opener on …

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Book review – “Nudes: Addressing and undressing my truth” by Siyanda Kakana

Nudes. Yes, that’s the name of the book. As skeptical as I was to share about this book at first, that all faded because I understood its purpose and how the title actually best describes what this book is about. Nudes is a book in which Siyanda undresses her truth. She exposes her life experiences …

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Book review – “Prayers of destroying curses and receive deliverance” by Vincent Mfaniso

This is by far one of the most powerful books I’ve ever come across. What’s more is that it has been written by an elder – someone who has lived, experienced life with God. This is a very different book, too – out of the ordinary. It is a book of prayers, and not just …

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Book review: “My father took away my innocence” by Zizo Izabelo Zam Apleni

Many may easily misunderstand this book as a means to tarnish the image of fathers or male figures. It is very easy to take it personal. The unfortunate thing when we do that is we may miss the message of awareness behind it, the message of healing, the solution it actually brings.Zizo made the decision …

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