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Last 50 tweets from @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
Guys, I’m being addressed as ‘Mama Ndlovu’. I’m not ready.
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
I’ll forever be grateful for this album and catching the Formation World Tour in Dublin with @Ms_ZamaNdlovu. The best year of my life. Lemonade moved my world.
 
I’m going to start a WhatsApp Bookclub for Introverts. It’s a book club but we meet on WhatsApp once every 2 weeks to discuss the book. And once a month, if we really want to, we can meet for lunch.
Replying to @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
Wow! Ok! I’m getting a SIM card specifically for WhatsApp Bookclub. Give me a few days.
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
It’s a real challenge. Editing and marketing always suffer. At least we’re talking about it now, hopefully publishers are paying attention. @JoburgReview did an interview recently with an American publisher who has an interest in local books and this was one of his comments.
 
It’s a disservice to all our authors because there are books that could have been- with some TLC - good enough for international interest. And the ones that are there, will get lost if our literature is associated with mediocrity.
Editing of various kinds is always the first thing that gets cut when there are budget constraints (whether in publishing or news media) and it's SO important.
 
♥️ Thank you for supporting it. I think it deserves more attention.
I bought a copy after seeing it on your Facebook wall last year. What a story!
 
Ow my goodness! I thought I was being too harsh. But yes, yes, yes! It’s a serious issue. Underinvestment in copyediting is damaging potentially great books. There’s a book on that long list that I couldn’t finish even though my heart bled for the author.
"The judges noted a disappointing cross-section of badly edited work, resulting in repetitive, sometimes disorganised narrative, and overburdened dialogue. We understand that publishers face resource constraints, but felt that this is something requiring more attention.”
 
 
Please include me in this 🙏
Replying to @AnesuHama
If I get enough names, I’m going to get a new SIM card.
 
No. No. No and definitely no. The only time you should be thinking about your ex is if that’s their item of clothing and you are wondering whether you should keep it or give it back.
If you can’t decide whether you should keep an item of clothing, ask yourself, “If I ran into my ex on the street, would I be happy if I were wearing this?” t.ted.com/iHgwrFA
 
Please include me. I’d love this
Replying to @Mamotalane_m
If I start it, you can’t back out.
 
I’m going to start a WhatsApp Bookclub for Introverts. It’s a book club but we meet on WhatsApp once every 2 weeks to discuss the book. And once a month, if we really want to, we can meet for lunch.
 
I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
Replying to @AudreyMutare
Happy reading! It’s gorgeous and makes a great gift.
 
If Nozizwe Cynthia Jele does not win the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize, I might get super upset. If you haven’t read The Ones With Purpose, find that book. It looks unassuming, but inside that blue cover lies a masterfully told story. Perfectly tender and heartbreaking.
 
I watched it a few times to confirm that it’s abelungu.. Why are they even outside the car 🤷🏽‍♀️🙄
Replying to @dr_lovelee
It’s like that girl who took a selfie with tiger. Have a friend who had a foreign visitor get multiple scratches from cubs at the lion park. Because they were told ‘cub’ the heard puppy.
 
 
I’ve watched this video 20 times. When the guy closes the door, the woman carrying the child moves very swiftly from fear to anger. The way she opens that door is scarier than the first 30 seconds of the video.
This husband didn't fight for his wife and child 😕😕 pic.twitter.com/Mkvu2UZFdq
 
Baby boomers and Gen Xs have been trolling us for years. At least this one freely admits to it which is great because we don’t have to buy books written by someone who can’t google ‘how old are millennials?’
Replying to @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
The more dangerous millennial trolling is happening in work places where grown adults with years of experience are treated like toddlers that don’t want to work hard.
 
Baby boomers and Gen Xs have been trolling us for years. At least this one freely admits to it which is great because we don’t have to buy books written by someone who can’t google ‘how old are millennials?’
“What is millennial culture? There’s no writing. None of them read books” - @BretEastonEllis thetimes.co.uk/magazine/the-s…
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
Seriously y’all, millennials are in their 30s. We have PhDs. We are teaching the next generation. Can you all get off our fucking asses yet?
*eats avocado toast unmarriedly next to my cat while lesson planning for my 280 goddamn students at a research one university*
 
No man! They are like cousins!

Never mind.
Is #GameofThrones trying to romantically pair up Sansa and Theon? mag.time.com/LIAyOqw
 
Scenes from Bran’s head after next Sunday’s episode. #GameofThrones
 
The first reply to these tweet wins the long weekend.
This husband didn't fight for his wife and child 😕😕 pic.twitter.com/Mkvu2UZFdq
 
I’m muting people now. I can’t wake up at 3 am on Monday and I’m addicted to this app so staying away is a pointless mission.
Listen. Even blocking words or hashtags is useless. I will be mad every day.
 
I’ve been very angry all day. I’m calmer now. But I did lay a formal complaint.
I can’t believe I have to stay away from Twitter in order to avoid GOT spoilers because y’all have no respect/self-control whatsoever 😤😒
 
Butternut soup

210g onion, chopped
200g celery, chopped
2,5kg cubed butternut
5g nutmeg
5g ginger
10g curry powder
5g peri peri
5g turmeric
10g cinnamon
5g ground coriander
1 tsp fennel seeds
3 tbsp butter
20g garlic, finely chopped
500ml vegetable stock
250ml cream
Salt pic.twitter.com/a9MGWqPrsL
Replying to @LesDaChef
You (by you I mean we) need an app. I have your book but it’s too pretty to use. I’d subscribe to your app, I’m pay $5/month. Imagine it. New seasonal recipes, with wine parings. Quick meals, healthy meals, weekend - elaborate impress your new person -meals. Just imagine the joy!
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
Me in an exam trying to remember a section I didn’t study:
 
I’m not going to tag you but Game of Thrones influencers, we can’t have you contributing to the spoilers. No, no, no! This is a customer-service alert now, I will delete my Showmax app and tell them it was because there was no point coz you were spoiling it. I’m serious!!
 
This teach for jobs approach kills our adaptiveness and creativity. It also kills disciplines. And it doesn’t achieve its main goal because the world changes too fast for us to know now what jobs will be required in the future.
This thread just took words out of my mouth, in fact, you say it a lot better. The interdisciplinary approach is not practiced in most tertiary institutions. I was prevented from studying economics at 2nd year level or up to third year in my Arts degree after I passed 1st year.
 
Its lesson not just for economics, it’s a lesson for disciplines that strives for seriousness by undermining the input of sociology, history, anthropology for the prestige of being perceived as a ‘mathematical science’. Ironically, those thinking gaps have social consequences.
Replying to @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
Teach your children, your town planners, your doctors, your lawyers, your farmers, developers, teach everyone about societies and your society so everyone knows why things are as they are and younger generations can make new mistakes.
 
This whole thread. This entire thread. 🔥🔥🔥
"There is a role of government and elected representatives to unify people and it doesn’t happen through speeches. It means you need mechanisms, you need instruments … and you end up a better society or don’t you. That’s the test." pic.twitter.com/Nuys9s7hoR
 
I love this clip because Tharman Shanmugaratnam makes it very clear that Singapore’s economic success is as a result of a POLITICAL decision. He doesn’t mince his words.

Every time I’ve learnt about Singapore’s economic success, it’s politics was understated.
Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister/Minister for Economic and Social Policies Tharman Shanmugaratnam explaining how Singapore’s forced societal racial integration fueled its economic success.

"The most intrusive social policy in Singapore has turned out to be the most important" pic.twitter.com/U4TRtxASJR
 
The best elective I ever took in undergrad was in 'History of Economic Thought'. I only got the chance to do it in 3rd year but it would have helped a lot to go through it in first year of my economics major.
Replying to @yonelz
I’m redoing some courses because I studied it a billion years ago. There’s no history of economics in this school. The students brag that their programme is the best in the country because it’s so ‘mathematical’. They don’t even do a module on SA’s own economic history.
 
It was very convenient to teach economics like a mathematical science instead of a multidisciplinary subject. And now that economic institutions are under pressure, there are arguments using economic history and philosophy which are not taught in many undergraduate programmes.
Replying to @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
Its lesson not just for economics, it’s a lesson for disciplines that strives for seriousness by undermining the input of sociology, history, anthropology for the prestige of being perceived as a ‘mathematical science’. Ironically, those thinking gaps have social consequences.
 
It was very convenient to teach economics like a mathematical science instead of a multidisciplinary subject. And now that economic institutions are under pressure, there are arguments using economic history and philosophy which are not taught in many undergraduate programmes.
 
Andolov unsettles me greatly. Chuck and Axe battled clean: no physical harm, no death. Andolov doesn’t give a shit about playing clean. So Chuck and Axe (assuming they’ll work together to figure this out) are facing a whole new level of fucked-up-ness. Even Hall can’t help them.
Replying to @DineoTsamela
And Taylor is going to be pushed in a corner soon because Grigor won’t tolerate too many of their stay-clean stunts.
 
I want to see ten take on the government. It’ll be fascinating — Chuck becoming the very thing he despised, and beating the system.
Replying to @DineoTsamela
I’m loving the story development, Grigor Andolov is a way scarier nemesis for Axe than Chuck. It means they have to head to very dark places that will make some of the show’s biggest fans uncomfortable.
 
It’s taken a while to realize that the statement: when you know better, you do better; is an instruction. The only way to adjust your beliefs is by entering into a direct confrontation with your current beliefs by doing differently until that is your new belief system.
Replying to @Ms_ZamaNdlovu
That’s why they say changing your life is simple but it’s hard. Changing mental habits that are decades old is simple but it’s hard.
 
It’s taken a while to realize that the statement: when you know better, you do better; is an instruction. The only way to adjust your beliefs is by entering into a direct confrontation with your current beliefs by doing differently until that is your new belief system.
 
Ow, I saw a huge GoT spoiler because I forgot yesterday was Sunday. 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

I’m spending this gloomy day with microeconomics, away from this timeline.
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
She’s right. She’s absolutely right.

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
Learn to forgive yourself for the moments when anxiety gets in your way: t.ted.com/pRjIhWN
How to cope with anxiety
ted.com
 
Neil Ellis Elgin Sauvignon Blanc 2018 Reserve Collection. Don’t say Aunt Zama doesn’t spoil you.
 
Exciting news😍 Am in great company. Congratulations to all my fellow novelists. Long live the novel 📚🎉🥂🍾
Replying to @JeleCynthia
Congratulations! You deserve this! Your book is incredible.
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
Eh. Think there’s also something to be said about a certain kind of singer-songwritership and the ways they package or weaponise bad relationships to seem authentic and sell more records?
 
Our cooking partner grows her own vegetables. We aren’t just surviving, we are thriving under oak trees, recording Super Soul Sunday.
 
Maria Ramos’ name is being used as click bait in that article. But I fully expect opinions about her ‘appointment’ when the process of appointing a CRO hasn’t even begun.
 
Zamandlovu Ndlovu Retweeted ·  
I am willing to represent everyone that has a matter before the ccma or Bargaining council,I'll do it for FREE!.
 
 
 
 
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