Mzangila

Mentor, media consultant, photographer, editor, poet, writer, and counselor.

It Matters

Post Views = 897I was supposed to do this gig yesterday. But because the devil is alive I didn’t as I had this paper that needed much reading. The paper was after my blood and it wanted to live off my bloody whole day. It did. Writing can sometimes be tough as it demands damn commitment. So the day that …

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My Village Secondary School

Post Views = 1027Someone had the guts to equate my university to a village secondary school. Wait, he actually labelled it a village secondary school. Apparently, he posted it on a public forum asking other comrades what they thought, raising dust on a rainy day. I think if Facebook had the section of most popular hashtags like twitter, then #KaratinaUnithevillagesecskul …

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Back to business

Post Views = 910It feels great to be back. There is nothing mightier or sexier for a writer as coming back to his own home roost. Back home is where his spirit finds peace. Back home is where the tag ‘I belong’ makes deeper meaning than just an identity tag. Few days ago we blacked out. We have always blacked …

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Live or Die

Post Views = 1051Being honest can sometimes get you killed. So people tend to hide behind mirrors of dishonesty to protect themselves from looking less virile or even from things unknown. A few years ago people were less paranoid, and did just more than just ask questions, not because they had less developed prefrontal nerves as psychology would argue- do …

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Reader of the Month

Post Views = 752It is one year now down the line since this blog started to live. One year may sound so young but for someone who keeps content running up here that sounds like a train that has seen centuries. It is so bad that we ain’t having a birthday or cake cutting ceremony for the same, simply because …

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My Old Man

Post Views = 1963You don’t need to talk even a tad bit to him to know that he has a reveling charm. You don’t need to shake his arms to discern whether he gives firm handshakes. Neither is there any need for you to visit his homestead to see if he owns a wheelbarrow and a couple of domestic animals, …

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