Five years ago I had just finished an undergraduate degree and trying to get my credit certificate so that I can join the famous nation of the young and unemployed. I spent about four months trying to do that while changing towns in the process. Leaving East London (a town that was a big deal … Continue reading I would like to feel at home
South African Christian YouTubers are probably one of the most-watched vloggers in the country One of the things which became a ripple effect from the 2020 abnormal situation is the increase in the level of online content been consumed. Tik Tok is one of the new platforms which got record-breaking views with public generated content … Continue reading Christian Vloggers are taking SA YouTube by storm
no products are been sold or there is no clear investment mechanism going on in the background to yield the returns been promised
Songs of celebration are sometimes mixed with struggle song themes or Nguni praise chants but with Christian words. That on its own tells us that the world sets the trends for us.
"It’s way cool than anything Christian"
"This made me realize that there are so many spaces and topics we are yet to utilize as young Christian content creators"
"I said the editor must check my blog when I sent an email as my reply on the Gumtree ad"
"the saints have switched
to a defensive mode position when it comes to expressing opinions about their belief"
I hope this blog becomes a gateway for me to know more about my continent and maybe the world. I am optimistic that I am still yet to discover more African stories from amazing people out there and trade it with my church boy one’s. I always wanted to interpret songs and albums (especially gospel … Continue reading Day 30 – Your Hopes for your blog
I would love the LOCKDOWN to continue because and because I am lazy to go to work. I love the job man but getting up early and travelling more than 30 minutes to work and facing more traffic on my way back is not fun. I feel sad for those 200 retail workers who got … Continue reading Day 29 – A confession