If you’re looking for a good read, you should pick up this month’s issue of Forbes Women Africa!
I wrote two articles I’m rather proud of and – AND – I’m a featured contributor, which led to immense anxiety over photos of myself on Instagram.
But in the end I went with the colour pic:
I was also in last month’s issue, writing about mansplaining in the boardroom. This I wrote in Hluleka, possibly the least connected spot in the planet. But somehow, between dodgy phone signals and a stiff sea breeze, I managed to knock it out.
I 💙 this #herringbone scarf! Pattern to be published in @yfmag soon. It's a really fun, relatively quick cosy winter knit. Video tutorial coming to the blog soon too! Made with #AfricanExpressions and #oneofakindyarn multicolored single ply #merino. Love it! Making one in green and white for my fiancé 😆 The strong texture looks very masculine with the right wool #knitstagram #i_loveknitting #igknitters #knittersofinstagram #knitted #knit #knitting Thanks @rachelblokland for being my gorgeous model
Just a reminder that this stunning pattern (modelled by one of my bridesmaids!) is featured in @yfmag. Gorgeous #yarn by @plasie3 #oneofakindyarn and @africanexpressions, and photos and pattern by moi 💖 Just in time for winter! #yarnporn #yarnaholic #yarnaddict #cowl #knitstagram #knittersofinstagram #knittingpattern #herringbone
Watch this space, there’s more to come! But in the meantime… pick up a copy of Forbes Women Africa. With Thuli Madonsela on the cover, you KNOW it’s going to be a good read.