The internet’s relationship with Africa is always going to have moments of colonial throwbacks. Mainly because it is not just a technological construct that emerged from thin air. It is a representation of technology that comes with the historical, social and contemporary baggage of racism, sexism, discrimination and even manipulation of human behaviour. This isREAD MORE
Being a journalist is a crime? Is doing the right things in Uganda 🇺🇬 seem not to make sense anymore? His camera was not enough to identify him? He was subdued but still had to be maimed? Okay #FreeBobiWine #FreeJournalism we have to fix this country once and for all! pic.twitter.com/lYGg…
The local publish stories of plunder of public resources and corruption that has been normalized within the echelons of power in Malawi. Yet this editorial want us to believe that the health care system is struggling due to country’s poverty? What’s the basis of that poverty? pic.twitter.com/QoZy…
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