We Promote Storytellers
We pride ourselves as the place where the world meets African bloggers. Through our various social media platforms, we amplify the voices of African bloggers and help them connect with their intended audience.
We Educate Storytellers
We impart storytelling knowledge and skills to African bloggers through webinars, workshops, and tutorials. We also provide the platform for experts to engage with grassroots storytellers as guidance towards growth and effective storytelling delivery.
We Celebrate storytellers
On a continent where creatives are misunderstood and often unappreciated, we identify, recognise, and celebrate outstanding African digital storytellers through The Afrobloggers Awards and Endorsements.
Namibian blogger Valery Shaninga explains to Afrobloggers how she started blogging, and how niching down has helped her grow. Read More "Valery Shaninga: A peep into my lifestyle."
Rogers Wanambwa shares the vision he has for his blog, his creative process, and the value he derives from collaborating with other bloggers Read More "Rogers Wanambwa on the value of collaborations."
Meet the bubbly writer from Uganda Mable Amuron whose life mission is to cheer up people through her blog: the growing pains Read More "Mable Amuron, the bubbling blogger from Uganda"
Rachel Eyo is a Nigerian award-winning booktuber. Read her advice on how to start a YouTube channel, and how to balance your time if you have a full-time job elsewhere. Read More "Rachel Eyo: How to start a successful YouTube Channel"
A review of Diaspora Dreams a novel written by Zimbabwean author Andrew Chatora. Read More "Book Review: Andrew Chatora’s Diaspora Dreams"
The much-awaited Winterabc2021 is here! Join African Bloggers for this Year's 22 Days 22 Posts challenge. Read More "WinterABC2021: 22 Days Blogging Festival"
Nigerian writer, lawyer, and famed satirist Elnathan John shares the struggles of being a freelance writer and how to navigate them Read More "“Get a day job. You can still write” Elnathan John"