A woman’s place is in what sets her heart on fire

Women in all walks of life have had to go through some real self evaluation and take huge steps to realise their worth. Feminism is misjudged as a way of bringing women over men. My definition of feminism is the acceptance that all people have the same rights and no one is above the other….

London, Cape Town, Joburg-Nandipha’s 52 weeks 52 books challenge

Welcome back to our 52 weeks 52 books challenge by our lovely Nandipha. Here’s today’s story from her January series. London, Cape Town, Joburg Published: 2014 Rating: ★★★★ A tale told in three cities, the story follows the lives of Martin and Germaine O’Malley, who meet in London after Germaine and her friend make a…

Nandipha’s 52 weeks 52 books challenge-week3

It is the day for posting Nandipha’s 3rd week book review from her 52 books challenge. Today’s review has taken a turn and not the expected outcome but I love Nandi’s honesty about her point of view on the book. Men From The South Published: 2010 Rating: ★★★ Mfundo is a struggling jazz musician who…

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Nandipha’s 52 weeks 52 books challenge-week 2

It has been a great week for So Afrochic! Thanks to Nandipha’s weekly book reviews we have content for days 😁. Honestly I love her writing. This is still part of her January series despite us being late at asking her to let us publish them on my blog. She did make my blog look…

Nandipha’s 52 weeks 52 books challenge

Hello So Afrochic! family.💜 There’s a new member of the family and I am sure you will love her. Meet Nandi, a twitter friend of mine who was the only kind person to welcome me when I first started out with twitter. I was intrigued by her pinned post about her 52 books in 52…

‘We can cheat-we are men!’

This is a rant! Be warned. It would be a huge lie to say not many girls have experienced hurt in their love life since the rocky teen years to the trying-to-find-myself 20 something years. I feel like love has been given a totally different meaning since the millennials birthed. I’m not even sure of…

7 Women share what being natural means to them

More black women around the globe are embracing their natural hair. For many, this is a way of showing self love and acceptance as true African queens. For years Blacks were made to think that in order to be beautiful their hair should be straightened and their skin lighter. As I start my own ‘actual’…

Happy New Year!

May this year be filled with love, success and happiness 💜💜