The Angel From My Nightmare – A Novel

PART 2 - Feminist author Sim Sibanda talks about finding value in herself regardless of what anyone else is saying, about writing as a passion project, and that her deep sense of belief in both the project and herself helped her succeed. Sim is set to just live her dream, aware of the fact that the sky has never been the limit.

By |December 3rd, 2015|1000 Words|Comments Off on The Angel From My Nightmare – A Novel


The first in a series on entrepreneurial women in SA - showcasing their creativity and how they harnessed their passion and built the start-ups from scratch. These are the women I admire and hope to be like when I build my own little empire one day...

By |November 5th, 2015|Magazine, The Booty Box|Comments Off on MOVEPRETTY

Pink is the New Pink: Putting Femininity back into Feminism

When did perceived femininity become synonymous with weak, frivolous and the ‘lesser gender’? Doesn’t equal rights and equal opportunities include femininity too? Feminism, by it’s very name and nature, should include the feminine, not ostracize it. My biggest concern is that these days, anything ‘for girls’ is seen as insulting; that femininity is frivolity. We have to ask ourselves, what message are we trying to give the world when fighting the gender-stereotyping.

By |March 18th, 2015|1000 Words|3 Comments