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Ndesanjo Macha · March, 2014

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, 2014

Geo-Mapping Tools and Data Analysis Redefine Reporting in Africa

Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism and Land Quest investigate environment and development issues.

South Sudan Military Intelligence Chief Denies Attempted Coup

Documentary About South Sudan National Football Team's First Coach

Should Africa Learn From the Crimea Referendum?

In Defence of Malawian Languages

The Utopia that We Are All Sudanese

Ethiopian Journalist Reeyot Alemu Has Been in Jail for 1,000 Days

On March 16, 2014, jailed Ethiopian journalist Reeyot Alemu spent her 1000th day of imprisonment. Twitter users lent their support using the hashtag #ReeyotAlemu.

Digging into Uganda's Anti-homosexuality Bill

On Rwanda's Twittergate

Kenyan Company Launches Social Media Sharing Card

Discussing Aid System with a Light Touch

2,715 schools to be Connected With Internet in Nairobi

8 Things You Can Do With a Mango

Two-Year Anniversary of Kony 2012 Campaign

Eritrean Literary Giant Talks About Tigrinya Oral Poetry

Tech Talent and Expat Bubbles in Kenya

TZHhiphop – Necessary Noise in Tanzanian Music Scene

Is South Africa a ‘Failed Country'? Alan Dershorwitz Thinks So

American lawyer and political commentator Alan Dershorwitz has angered South Africans by describing their country as ‘a failed state’ in an interview with Piers Morgan.

Guide to Mushroom Farming in Kenya

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