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Ndesanjo Macha · February, 2009

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 February, 2009

Nigeria: Who You Be?: Nigeria's Bloggers Award

“Who You Be?” is the 2009 Nigeria's Bloggers Award whose nominations started February 24th and will run until March 5th. The bloggers behind the award are four female Nigerian bloggers:...

D.R of Congo: Listen to Staff Benda Bilili

Zimbabwe: How Mugabe Steals

Nigeria: Naijoo: Nigeria's Own Video Sharing Site

Kenya: Police harassment of activists

Nigeria: Listen To Naija Lingo

Africa: Blogging About Startups, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

If your main source of news and information about Africa is the mainstream media, then you are less likely to know about groundbreaking innovation and entrepreneurship that is taking place...

Zambia: When Will Zambians Be Proud To Be Zambians?

Kenya: WhereCampAfrica To Take Place In Nairobi

Ghana: Ghana's Most Powerful Women

Zimbabwe: Marechera's Love Sonnets

Kenya: Google SMS Search In Kenya

Africa: Journalists Blogging From Africa

Africa: E-Learning Still At Infancy

Zimbabwe: Images From Durban Picket

Zimbabwe: Teachers vow not to return to work

Kenya: Activists Arrested and Beaten

South Africa: Presidents and Sex

Kenya: Gays Set Up Support Group

Blogging Gives Kenyan Poetry Larger Meaning And Exposure

Njeri Wangare is a Kenyan poet and blogger based in Nairobi, Kenya. I recently interviewed her at Nairobi Java House in downtown Nairobi and later continued the interview via email....

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