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Choma, is it possible for a real difference to be made online? Let’s take a look at some of the recent online trends that ended up having a huge impact.
#DoneWithSilence is a new section on the Choma website for you to express your feelings about what you stand for when it comes to the issues you see in society. Here's how it works:
it’s normal to feel anxious for your first interview, so here are a few tips to help you prepare for it!
I know approaching your first official CV can be a bit overwhelming, so take a deep breath, calm down and read these tips on how to go about it
If you’re finishing your last set of high school exams and now you’re starting to make plans for your university studies, here’s a bit of basic information to help you apply for a bursary:
Having inspirational, body positive role models helps on the journey to self-love, so I put together a list of five Queens who embrace their bodies and inspire other women to do the same.
Have you ever been angry before Choma but didn't know how to deal with it? Here are a few quick tips for diffusing your anger in the moment.
The annual Pride parade is much deeper than just a celebration Choma. Here are some facts to show you why this event is so important.
Are you taking care of yourself the way you should Choma? Take the quiz to find out.
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