Bongiwe Nkomazana

Copy Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

All I need is pen and paper. Readers will relate to my writing

Bongiwe is a communication practitioner with experience in public relations and events management. Writing is one of her passions and she leans towards women issues. Readers will relate to her writing because she keeps it simple yet very informative. She is currently a brand management assistant and columnist for the Chronicle Newspaper..
Specialties: Paid blogging, blog posts, press releases, editorial writing , newsletters, column writing
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post
More Information
National University of Science and Technology, Bsc (Hon) Publishing
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe|English
Publications
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Blog Posts

12
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Blog Post
Being the Dark One
February, 18 2016
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Blog Post
Being Effortless
February, 9 2017
beingextraeverything.wordpress.com
Blog Post
Being a Woman
September, 26 2017
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“Being Nappy Headed”
June, 26 2017
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Blog Post
Being Nostalgic
January, 21 2019
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Being Louder
October, 22 2018
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Being Scared
May, 16 2017
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Being at Peace
April, 5 2017
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Being Owethu’s Mom
November, 2 2017
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Being the Sister of the Bride
July, 25 2017
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Being Exceptional
June, 15 2017
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Being Perfect
February, 25 2019

Articles

33
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Choose for you
February, 9 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Colourism among black women
April, 20 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Effects of acne go beyond the skin
May, 12 2018
chronicle.co.zw
The tale of the ‘Baby Mama’
June, 15 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Dad and daughter relationship
March, 10 2019
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Manipulation in the name of religion
June, 8 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
To pay lobola or not to – Traditional ways may be a hindrance or source of empowerment for women
June, 1 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Black women are in the shadows
August, 17 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Black women stereotypes
August, 10 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Women empowerment is a big ideology
August, 31 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Making decisions to file for child support
September, 14 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
What does 50/50 really mean?
September, 21 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Call it Out
October, 26 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
GENDER: JUST DO NOT RAPE
October, 12 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Reproductive rights: A woman’s prerogative
October, 5 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Are menstrual health and hygiene issues being forced on us?
November, 10 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Depression weighs down young women into suicides
November, 24 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
The wife’s submission according to the Bible
November, 30 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Husband’s role according to the Bible
December, 7 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
No apologies from women wanting more
February, 8 2019
chronicle.co.zw
Article
The real reasons behind prostitution
March, 10 2019
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Holiday tips for everyday woman
December, 28 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Illiteracy among women a drawback
December, 14 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Be your sister’s keeper
February, 2 2019
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Be open to female leadership
June, 23 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Does polygamy work with the new generation?
July, 7 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Women inclusion: Then and now
June, 30 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Feminism is not negative
July, 14 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Get your confidence back
February, 3 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Women’s lives matter
May, 26 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Postpartum depression is real and very common!
December, 23 2017
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Do traditions and culture drive gender inequality?
May, 19 2018
chronicle.co.zw
Article
Where’s a woman’s place?
April, 14 2018
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