Books, Entertainment, Entertainment & Reviews

The Chibok Girls – Book Review

On April 14 of 2014, 276 schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria where taken by the terrorist organisation Boko Haram. The Chibok Girls (2017) by Helon Habila is an account of what happened that night and the backdrop of this horrible event. Habila is a Nigerian author and associate professor of creative writing at George Mason University […]

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Bossing Up

Speaking My Mother Tongue – A 2019 Resolution

by Simi Gumede My name is Simile Isizwe Sama Qwabe, Asimbonge Gumede. As you can tell, I am a Zulu girl. But I am incompetent in my mother tongue. Yes, I am what people refer to as a coconut. But I assure you I do not want to be white. My dark skin is beautiful […]

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Podcast & Vlog

Adulting 101 for Black Girls

Girl Boss contributors Gigi, Lebo and Nonhle get together once again to discuss adulting in African culture, the challenges of becoming independent under the constraints of Black Tax, and how relationships can affect your journey into adulthood.

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