January 21, 2021

Six power words for 2021!

Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community Trusting that the community is well and safe. Before January comes to an end. We just wanted to share our six […]
January 19, 2021

Fear is a disease!

Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community Trusting that you are safe and sanitizing. Have you ever wondered where you would be if you NEVER had a bone […]
January 13, 2021

Wisdom Nugget

Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community Hope you are well and safe. ‘Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and […]
January 8, 2021


Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community How are you? Really how are you doing? How are you feeling about everything? This year and 2020? Let us take […]
January 5, 2021

What are your 2021 goals?

Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community How is 2021 treating you so far??? We are curious? So what are some of your new years resolutions or goals […]
January 3, 2021

Happy New Year

Hello Botlhale Hub Afrika Community We just wanted to take the time to wish each and every reader a happy new year. May this be the […]

Writer’s bio

P hiwe Mncwabe is a fearless and courageous leader. South African born and raised in the Western side of Johannesburg. Johannesburg classified as the city of gold and possibilities. Being born in a country like South Africa, a country institutionalized with inequalities and a history of oppression. Born just after the release of uTata uNelson Mandela, however still living in oppression of gender inequality, inequalities and institutionalized racism. A democracy baby "free" on a quest to freeing the nation and the world with authentic storytelling. An Afrikan feminist, born storyteller, avid reader, strategic problem solver, unapologetic debater, content creator and dabbler. Phiwe remembers struggling in High School and battling to find her feet. One day she wrote, found her voice and never looked back. She has participated in numerous platforms in radio stations and one television platform such as SABC 2 TV Morning Live, Radio 702,Kaya FM ,Metro FM,SA FM, Jozi FM, Chai FM and Westside FM. In those platforms she engaged in discussions aimed at celebrating reading Afrikan literature ,writing and storytelling.

In 2017 she formed an all-round female book club advocating for Afrikan literature and storytelling. The book club exposed her to influential leaders such as Dr Judy Dlamini (Businesswoman, Author and , Chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand) baba Duma ka Ndlovu(Filmmaker, Playwright, Journalist, Producer and Poet),Thulisile Nhlapo (Author of Colour Me Yellow and journalist) and Thabiso Mahlape (Black Bird Books Publisher and Writer). She has also volunteered in various organisations. She has been involved in various activities aimed at advocating for social impact and awareness.

Phiwe is the founder of Botlhale Hub Afrika. She is also a full time writer who is open to explore the writing space or social impact spaces in Africa. She is open for collaborations in Afrika that involve finding strategic solutions to address social issues faced by Afrika.

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