#SHE: Nyasha Natasha Muzadzi

I feel powerful when: I am helping people particularly girls and womenIcons/ who inspires you: Tererai Trent, Michele Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Ruth MakandiwaBest advice I have ever received: “the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams"Happy Place: at home with my mumMotto: you are your sisters’ keeperMost used app: InstagramIG handle: @girlupzimbabwe / @empowered_woman_conversations / @nyashiebae What do you do and what was the journey to get here?I am a girls’ rights advocate/ motivational speaker and a lawyer in the making. For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be…

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Who is SHE?

Who is SHE? SHE is strong, fierce and fearless. SHE is bold, confident and a go-getter. SHE is a bossbabe, a leader and a revolutionist. SHE is beautiful on the inside and out. SHE is young, female and just trying to adult like everyone else. SHE is a SHEro, a female hero without a cape. SHE is her. And SHE is you. This women’s month, we have decided to pay tribute to young women that are changing the game in their fields, are inspiring through their work and breaking the glass ceiling. Their stories are not some far-fetched story, but…

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This is Prowl!

As the Prowl team, we are so excited to have our website not only back online, but with a fresh makeover! We thought this was the perfect time to rebrand and bring a fresh new look to PROWL in light of the heaviness of what's going on in the world. We are bringing you some love, light and colour to brighten each and every day with all the content we have in store for you. So what does our new logo represent?Red for Excitement- boy are we excited! The prowl team is full of enthusiastic young people that are excited…

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Free Advice from Lisa Nyamurowa…

So last week I was reading up on Lashana Lynch, of the Captain Marvel fame who has been tapped to be the next Bond. Yes, she, a female and yes, the next #007. Not only is she going to be the first black person to be selected for the role, she is also the first female Bond! Awesome right? Which led to a whole discussion about gender conformity, pushing of the female agenda and feminism, the whole she-bang. Yes, the pun was intended-get it? I also learnt that during the month of August (Women's month in South Africa. A whole…

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Coffee with Uncle B

mini bio: A shaper of the African Blogging community who believes in storytelling’s power to challenge perspectives and change narratives by raising awareness and initiating necessary conversations. An avid reader who writes on the beauty and chaos of the place he calls home as he celebrates the mystery and magic in his ancestry on http://BecomingTheMuse.net I feel powerful when: I write. I can't do magic so I write Icons: Octavia Butler, Nnedi Orakofor, Novuyo Tshuma, Oliver Mtukudzi Best advice you have ever received: Do not die with your story untold Happy Place: A quiet place where I can put my…

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State Of Ellen: Ellen Mubwanda’s Story

Ellen Mubwanda was born Davidzo Ellen Mubwandarikwa on the 3rd of September 1995. She grew up in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, amidst the hustle & bustle of the city life. Her junior school education was in Blakiston Junior School where all of her future interests would be incubated. Ellen is the oldest out of 4 siblings. She grew up a busy but curious child, forever wandering about in her environment. Valerie, Ellen's mother is always quoted saying "Yes, being a firstborn, and having a tough Dad, she wanted so much to please. I knew she'd would be some sort…

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3 Money Management Tips

As much as I want to chant along to " (Swipe swipe swipe)It'll never decline " swiping on a card with $0.70 isn't something you want you to do. You probably thinking oh gosh wish I was a billionaire (me too). Although I am going to share some money saving tips I don't guarantee that you will become a billionaire LOL and I can't promise that you will have a handle on your money afterward because it's taking me a while to avoid being broke half the time. Here are 3 tips you can use to save money: Have A…

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How To Clean A Hairbrush Like A Pro

Did you know that If you properly look after your hairbrush even if use it every day it can last you up to three years? Well, I am sharing an easy trick on how to take care of your hairbrush (you welcome). So Grab your hairbrush, comb (preferably a tail comb of sorts, you know the ones with a pointed end), toothbrush (preferably one you don't use), a small bucket, shampoo, and a cloth. The Greatest Guide To Hair Brush Care? Golden Rule Remove hair from your brush every time you use it. Use your comb to remove hair that…

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Diaspora Festival Initiative, ZimThrive, Launches

An international initiative to unite Zimbabweans who live in the diaspora in April 2020 has been announced, with preparations underway to bring a whole month of business, sports, arts, entertainment, fashion and cultural events across Zimbabwe in April 2020. ZimThrive, the brainchild of two Zimbabweans; USA based Mildred Munjanganja and Mike Tashaya who resides in the UK, has been established to unite Zimbabweans who live in various countries around the world, and encourage them to gather in the southern African country at the same time, with the aim of reinforcing unity, building new and old friendships, and creating a stronger…

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2 Zimbabwean Female Artists to Listen to This Month

It's not a secret that there is nothing more powerful than a woman We often forget how wonderful and amazing women we are (or our sisters), so this month we are celebrating our sisters doing the darn thing. Soul Deep Zim Twiiter/@SoulDeepZim This Harare based artist is the new queen of the modern soul. Soul Deep is an artist that sings about love, happiness, and even heartbreak (depends on your interpretation). It's hard not to love her or her powerful vocals. Listen here Mimmie Tarukwana Twitter/@TheyLoveMimie This Bulawayo based singer is that girl next door you need to know. You…

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