Editorial: Thank You!

Last week Feint and Margin recorded our highest readership figures ever in  over 18 months of publication.  To our growing readership base and contributors, Thank you! Editor’s Picks This week’s featured videos are: Tribal African Art  and  I am an African Francois Simpson shares sincere poem titled My Loneliness. Siphokazi Jonas’ poem titled Measures. Mugabe Ratshikuni’s article The West Has Lost Its Moral Authority describes the double standards the West adopts in their International Relations. Priscilla Adipa emphasizes the need for Africans to use locally made textiles to develop and become innovative in business in an article titled Fashion revamped, and dare I say, a lesson in business Miranda Quainoo describes the plight of Ghana’s Kayayei who are women porters migrating from the North to the South of Ghana for greener pastures in Survivors. We have more great articles to read. Feint and Margin would love to hear from you. Leave a comment after reading our articles and share your views. There is a quote written by Marianne Williamson an internationally acclaimed spiritual author and lecturer which embodies what we are striving for at Feint and Margin which is leading Ordinary Lives with Extraordinary Minds, she writes “…your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine!” Be Extraordinary,I dare you!   Kate Nkansa-Dwamena Editor-in-Chief, Feint and Margin
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Kate Tutu

Social Entrepreneur,Business Consultant, Editor of Feint & Margin, a young woman who's passionate about Africa's people and development.

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