April 16, 2018
Visiting Blogger

Trivialising Pain

Isn’t it amazing how when you go through challenges in life you feel as though it’s the end of the road for you and you just wanna give up? You literally see your world collapsing from all angles and caving in on you. You haven’t lived if you haven’t been in that season. I have

April 12, 2018

Secret Hiding Places

I’ve witnessed quite a sight: a majestic eagle finding rest in the crevice of an old tired rock… finding peace and solitude in the most humble mountain peaks, finally finding his secret hiding place. He lays down unguarded to rest from the days struggles and fights, nursing his wounds and aches. He is home. He

April 10, 2018
Visiting Blogger

The Power Was Not In The Orange – Test of Faith

Last night, after 5 solid days in hospital for treatment of Acute Bronchitis and Chronic Asthma, I realised how sick my body was. I’d had a particularly bad night on Friday and didn’t sleep the entire night, and had a very miserable Sabbath being bloated and uncomfortable throughout my entire body. My knees felt like

April 5, 2018

Things not said: Connections over Qualifications (the black truth)

It’s been 24 years since the beginning of democracy and I am proud to say we’ve come a long way and have accomplished quite a lot. Our country now is what our fore-fathers could only dream of. From black people being allowed to vote to them being in governmental power. I mean what more could

April 3, 2018

March #VisitingBloggers

Having a visitor is always so exciting, right? We absolutely love having #VisitingBloggers grace the iwblog. Last month (March) we had one new visiting blogger (Nondumiso Kubheka) and two returning #LadyBloggers (Fiona Pillay and Nongcebo Hlongwane). We previosly had a little sit-down with both Fiona and Nongcebo, which you can read HERE. So we did