Author: Mmabatho Motsamai

Mmabatho MotsamaiBoitshepo Mmabatho Motsamai is a believer in African development through leadership, community engagement and the power of pen. She has previously served as a motivational speaker for class volunteers, an initiative supported by the Ministry of Education and Skills Development of Botswana that provides relief counselling and empowerment for students in public senior secondary schools. She has served three posts within the Student Representative Council of her previous institution, ABM University College, further becoming the first female SRC President. She is an alumni of the YALI RLC leadership initiative, the APCIEU & UNESCO 2nd Youth Leadership Workshop on GCED. Her accolades include being the first female finalist of the Pioneering Anzisha Media in 2016 as well as an alumni of YALA Academy 2017. Today, She is the founder of The Afrolutionist, a blog that promotes dialogue on African Development in all sectors viewed in over 130 countries across the globe. The blog also runs CSR projects that promote sustainable development goals, centering all projects around SDG 17. She is also the founding member of the United Nations Association of Botswana, and a key correspondent of Positive Vibes KP REACH program.

Society and Gender Identity need to talk

Society and Gender Identity need to talk

According to various historians, gender fluidity was part of a common culture in many places across the continent. ...
Dialogues of self-determination: Autonomy Project Pop-Up Market

Dialogues of self-determination: Autonomy Project Pop-Up Market

Does living in a patriarchal society deny women the right to autonomy and self-determination? This pertinent question was explored at The Autonomy Pro ...
Her name was Simelane

Her name was Simelane

Lesbian lives don’t matter – not enough, not the way they should. Hate motivates vicious attacks and gruesome murders of women. South African soccer s ...
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