Meet Kay Zulu

  My name is Kay Zulu and I’m a business coach and mentor. I help women redefine success and replace their income so they can leave their 9-5 job. I support women by facilitating them uncover their creative process, overcome mindset blocks, and design their business strategy so they can build a business and lifestyle that reflects who they really are. My WHY – My son – who’s been a catalyst for my growth – My passion to contribute and create a world where women feel in total harmony with…

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Women of Malawi: Meet Louisa Angelina Kabwila

Louisa Angelina Kabwila is a youth leader currently serving as the Board Chairperson of the Generational Leadership Initiative (GLI). Her history in leadership dates back to 2004 when she started a student run organization called Voices That Care. Louisa recently started an environmental initiative called 50 Shades of Green that was recognized by the World Bank and later adopted by the first lady of Malawi, now known as Beautify Malawi. currently Lousia is working at ActionAid Malawi where she hopes to make lasting change.

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Malawi Heat Spotlight: Sharon Kadangwe, A model, student & Writer

Sharon Kadangwe is an upcoming model, student and writer.The 171 cm tall free-spirited young lady started her modeling career in 2012 when she competed in the Miss BIU pageant where she was crowned 2nd princess. She has since pursued her enthusiasm for runway and photography modeling and has worked with renowned fashion designer Cathy Kamthunzi of Cathy Kay Fashions, rocked the ramp at the inaugural Malawi Fashion Week 2013 and has been featured on Simbo Photography’s iRock Natural Campaign and also done promotions for corporate companies. She has tremendous passion…

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Malawi Spotlight: Thoko Chikondi

                                                                 by Chimwemwe Jon Paul Manozo Thoko Chikondi is a Malawian photojournalist who believes in women and children. Her work seeks to highlight their plight and suggest solutions to their problems. She is a CTA/NEPAD 2011 Southern Africa Award winner for her photographs on the involvement of youth and women in ICTs and Climate Change. In 2012, she received…

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Malawi Spotlight: Marie Da Silva

Marie Da Silva Marie is the founder of the Jacaranda Foundation and School for Orphans, a non-profit based in Malawi, which provides educational opportunities to orphaned children. In 2008, Da Silva was nominated as a CNN Hero, with $25,000 donated to the Foundation. In October 2008 the Foundation was able to open a new secondary school building next to the original house, providing more space for the school’s 320 pupils. On December 30, 2009, Da Silva received the Television Malawi Lifetime Achievement Award from the Late President of Malawi, Dr…

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Pic Of The Day: Openly Gay Malawian Auntie Tiwonge

Aunt Tio captured then and now   Malawi’s most famous gay South Africa-based Tionge Chimbalanga aka Aunt Tio has undergone immeasurable metamorphosis as far as his looks are concerned since he left the country a couple of years ago. The 26-year old and Steve Monjeza were the first to hold the first ever public gay marriage in Malawi’s commercial capital of Blantyre in 2010. Homosexuality is illegal in Malawi and attracts a penalty of a minimum of 14 years imprisonment with hard labour. The two were sentenced as such but…

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