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Ndesanjo Macha · March, 2007

I am a blogger, journalist, lawyer, digital activist and new media consultant. I am interested in the relationship between social media and development in the developing world, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa.

I am the Sub-Saharan Africa Editor here at Global Voices. Follow me on Twitter: @ndesanjo

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Latest posts by Ndesanjo Macha from March, 2007

Mauritius: players don't use intelligence

Ethiopia: blog blocked

South Africa: Busisiwe, Rest in Peace

Earlier this month, the South African blogosphere lost a blogger, writer, artist and poet, Busisiwe Sigasa (25). She started her blog, My Realities, at the end of last year with...

Sudan: is it genocide or civil war?

Zimbabwe: taking gospel too far!

Sudan: soldier of Africa is going home

Africa: we should all wear sacks and cover ourselves in ash

Africa: Bloggers Differ on Reparations and Apology for Slavery

The Slave Trade Act was passed in England 200 years ago. The act ended slave trade in the British empire. A number of events such as art exhibits, lectures, church...

Sierra Leone: claiming Ishmael Beah

Zimbabwe: living under a dictatorship

Mozambique: mourning after bomb blasts

Uganda: 2006 Best of Blog Awards

Ethiopia: political prisoner needs urgent medical care

DRC: Angolan troops in Kinshasa?

Malawi: Malawians are talking, are you listening?

Burkina Faso: woodless construction

Africa: potential uses for twitter

DRC: broken peace

Kenya: Kenya's cricket team needs some madness

Africa: China's Africa interest not neo-colonial

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