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Ndesanjo Macha · February, 2012

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, 2012

Africa: Vote for the Most Influential African Thinker Alive

Africa is a Country blog wants readers to vote for one influential African thinker from a list of 12 candidates. The list includes Chinua Achebe (Nigeria), Mahmood Mamdani (Uganda), Mamdouh...

Kenya: Kenya Blogger Wins Annual World Media Awards

Liberia: “Kill the Gays” Bill Spreading

Former Liberian first lady Jewel Howard Taylor has introduced a bill making homosexuality liable to a death sentence. Homosexuality is outlawed in 38 African countries.

Sierra Leone: Postcards From Freetown: Then and Now

Equatorial Guinea: AFCON 2012 is Over, Corruption Fight Continues

Africa: African Arguments Online

African Arguments Online is a multi-blogging platform that covers contemporary African events and develops debates on themes that are important to an ever changing continent. The platform has 6 blogs:...

Africa: Weaving the African Dream Through Social Innovations

Africa: Colonial PR Films Provide a Window to Africa's More Recent Past

Swaziland: The Hypocrisy of King Mswati III

Gambia: International Chef Talks About Working in the Gambia

Africa: Do You Need a Handbook For Bush Flying?

Ghana: Three ICT Books Launched

Uganda: What Lies Beneath the Cloak of Exclusivity?

The formation of a Facebook group called ‘Mzungus in Uganda' has stirred up controversy and a heated debate on Facebook. Mzungu is a term commonly used in southern, central and...

Uganda: The Plight of Urban Poor

Kenya: War, Guns and Votes

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