A Women’s Month Interview

Wow, August has been doing the most, with all the things happening at once. And one of the things was a lovely interview I did on CapeTalk earlier this week. I was invited by Sara-Jayne King be part of a series of interviews which features some of South Africa’s most inspiring women as part of their

Coloured Mentality: Are Coloured People Racist?

I felt incredibly humbled to be featured in the first instalment of Coloured Mentality‘s second season. I’m especially grateful to this platform for allowing honest, necessary and, sometimes, uncomfortable conversations around race, land and gender politics to occupy space in the social arena. As posted by the Coloured Mentality team: “A lot of media attention

Zo: Unplugged

#SpringCollection Over this last year, so many things have happened, to me. They were difficult. But there were also so many moments of joy and bliss. I’ve flowered myself into a better, more confident, healthier, happier Zoey. So here’s a quick summary of triggering events over the last while… Since writing the #30DaysofSelfCare series in

A New Season

#SpringCollection YAAAASSS, it’s good to be back! Where to begin?… There have been so many changes in my life over the last few months, some of which have just confused me, some of which have broken me, and others that elevated my happiness to a whole new level. And I would like to share those

Day 29: Selfie

#30DaysOfSelfCare A quick tribute to the selfie… Because selfies helped me love myself. As I’ve said many times before, I’ve always had issues with my body, and growing up being labeled as the fat kid by both my friends and family didn’t help either. It was hard, being uncomfortable in a form that everyone, including