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September 5, 2018

...And I need your votes to win!

You may have already heard, but am super excited to receive recognition in the “Best Author” category from the UK based, Zimbabwe International Women’s Awards Committee for my first book “Reinvented: Challenging insecurity to live authen...

August 31, 2018

To the incredible women that were a part of my first Reinvented event – I thank you! You will never know how much your presence blessed me.

I thought I would have a chance to share a blog on how absolutely incredible the morning of August 25th was, but it seems time whe...

June 8, 2018

Finally, the Visionary Author Tiana Patrice and I were connected via Facebook Messenger, after she had (bless her heart) tried every available option to call me using Whatsapp calling, Skype, Zoom and all the rest of them for our scheduled conference call to no avail....

April 17, 2018

Tatenda Rungisa, Blogger - The Revolutionary Girls of Zimbabwe

Tatenda shares her guide to good relationships

Life is a series of events, full of ups and downs and situations that may leave anyone in a perceived state of paralysis. At times, when faced with difficult sit...

February 16, 2018

I remember bursting into tears as I watched live stream footage of Zimbabwean rain into the city streets celebrating what is now known as our nation’s second independence. I had to use the word rain because it was a downpour of elation, relief and just pure disbelief!...

February 15, 2018

We need more nation builders. Will you play your part?

God’s ways make no sense to man because His infinite wisdom is levels beyond and above our comprehension. Last week, I met up with a Facebook sibling of mine for the first time in “real time” over lunch. What was su...

February 14, 2018

Expressing your opinion is one of the few ways, if the not the only way, society progresses. Almost every change throughout history was only able to occur because someone communicated their belief that it should. If those thoughts were never verbalized, who knows if th...