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Ndesanjo Macha · May, 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 May, 2012

Africa: The Golden Baobab Award

Lesotho: Touching Tiny Lives

Namibia: 2012 Chess King of Namibia

Kenya: Online Platform for Amplifying People's Power

Cameroon: An Overview of Cameroon Prison Literature

Angola: Angola's Sweet Success

Kenya: To Pay or Not to #PayInterns?

Kenyan tweep @RobertAlai started a lively debate on Twitter on 14 May, 2012 about the need for companies to pay interns. He argued that using interns without pay is a...

Kenya: #PayInterns Trending

Gambia: The Glove Project Film

Ghana: We Must Reject Free Education

Zambia: Bloggers Form Zambian Bloggers Network

Zambia bloggers have formed a network called the Zambian Bloggers Network with the help of HIVOS. The network's aim is to help generate local content, mentor and train upcoming bloggers.

Africa: Review: The Chicken Thief

South Africa: Remembering Brenda Fassie

Kenya: Chronicles of a Kenyan Farmer Online

E.K. Kamwenji is a Kenyan blogging farmer residing in Nyeri. He believes that farmers need to use new technologies for networking and marketing of farm produce. His blog, Chronicles of...

Kenya: An Online Source for Kenya Architecture

Kenya: The Bake Blog Awards 2012

On 5 May, 2012 the Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) rewarded bloggers that post on a regular basis, have great and useful content, are creative and innovative. The awards are...

Cameroon: Open Collaboration for African Techies

Africa: Is Faint Medal the next Osibisa?

Sierra Leone: Reflections on Charles Taylor and Justice

Ghana: BlogCamp Ghana 2012

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