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Zimbabwean renowned author Sue Nyathi shares writing and publishing insights
This is the story of Lumiere a Rwandan girl born with osteogenesis imperfecta, and how she became the woman she is today.
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Teakisi: an online platform creating a space for African women to empower, celebrate each other, and unite through their stories.
He was told, :Your articles are too radical,boring and no one would want to read them.” Today he has a great podcast and a thriving blogging site
Somali Blogger Yasmin Gedi is the founder of We, Freelance, She also won the 2019 World Bank Blog4Dev competition
Madeline Wilson Ojo is a copywriter, book blogger, author, and Ghanaian made creative based in London UK. Her blog started...
What does it take to have a literary podcast that is loved by both authors and readers alike? Find out in this interview with @CheekyNatives
Sophia started blogging in 2014. She has been featured on CNN African Voices, taught herself professional photography and published 3 recipe books.
AfroBloggers spoke to this Ghanaian Writer to find out more about the distinctive opinions that have inspired many to also contribute a brave and passionate voice to the blogging space.
In this edition of the Blogger Spotlight we bring to the limelight Josephine Amoako whose blog Joseyphina’s World is the definition of consistency.
Babongile and Pumzile Zulu make up the South African Duo Literary Bloggers behind 1001 Bookish Things. Even though they both insist that their blog of four months is still too young to have any dirty secrets dished up for us, they were still able to share the most important part of themselves