Saturday, 9 September 2017

Press hard, something has to give!

Attitude determines your altitude! Self belief is the most essential characteristic to succeed.

By Lindiwe Sibanyoni

The tears of sorrow are nothing compared to the tears of joy.
Being in and out of misery is the greatest experience than not being there at all! 
I've seen better days and mostly worst days but I'm not defined by worst days. I'm driven by strength, hope and confidence.

I was once attacked by terror, yes an extreme terrible terror, but then I escaped because terror is not a permanent situation in ones life. I don't feed negativity because then it will be fit enough to compete with me!
I go by the name of power, you know why? Because I believe i can turn tables into mountains. 
Wiping my own tears have been recognised as a sign of weakness by others; but to me, it's powerfulness.

Wait, did i mention how rude i react towards maliciousness? 
Sounds rude right? I was caught up in the middle of global warming until I found global cooling! Then i was moved by a global mission to global media!
And finally, you can call me a global girl! 

Monday, 19 June 2017

Yes Yes Yes

I was born for a purpose. I want to empower other young women out here on how to voice out their fears. Yes it will seem impossible until it's done.

I have come to realise that young women are facing challenges which are bigger than their dreams/goals. I want to be an inspiration and a life changer in someone's life...

Sunday, 28 May 2017

Enough is enough

Friday, 10 February 2017


Punches fly in parliament as EFF MPs removed

Members of Parliament (MPs) belonging to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have been removed from Parliament.

Screams could be heard as security forces removed EFF MPs. Some EFF MPs tried to resist the move, however they were overpowered as one by one they were led out of Parliament.

Earlier, EFF leader Julius Malema and his caucus rose several times on point of orders, delaying the start of President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address (Sona).

MP Godrich Gardee interrupted President Zuma as he was about to begin his address.

From that point on, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete and chairperson of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) Thandi Modise had trouble returning calm to the National Assembly.

Congress of the People (Cope)'s Willie Madisha was the first MP to be asked by NCOP chairperson Modise to leave the National Assembly.

WATCH: 'Rotten to the Corel'  - Malema in fighting mode at SONA 2017