AfroBloggers spoke to this Ghanaian Writer to find out more about the distinctive opinions that have inspired many to also contribute a brave and passionate voice to the blogging space.
We take a look at the year 2019, we try to learn from what we did wrong why we map our vision for the Year 2020 aiming to accelerate those things we did right in the past. Find out our vision 2020
Babongile and Pumzile Zulu make up the South African Duo Literary Bloggers behind 1001 Bookish Things. Even though they both insist that their blog of four months is still too young to have any dirty secrets dished up for us, they were still able to share the most important part of themselves
Many blogs are on the verge of falling out for lack of posting, and blog owners tend to attribute this to not having time to write. Unfortunately
Ghanaian Naana Joa Braso has been writing for 8 years now, mostly poems and short stories inspired by Greek mythology and fan fiction.
Written by Thando Khumalo Smoke and mirrors are the bedrock of politics. The trick is to manage to keep the…
Fitness Bae is a multi award winning Zimbabwean certified Fitness trainer and blogger. She also has great interest and experience in digital marketing.
Ever heard Lauryn Hill read her write-up: Motives and thoughts? You should. Motives and thoughts. You never see either, just…
Maskarm Haile is an Ethiopian traveller who crossed from Cape to Cairo overland in approximately 9months. She put her experiences in a book. Here she shares about her experience
Initially I wanted to be a DJ or a Model. Blogging came as an escape route from reality and as a way of expressing my creative ability.