Calling for a Business Blogging Conference in South Africa

Early in September I was a speaker at the 2nd Digital Citizens Indaba. Last year this conference was immensily valuable to me because it presented an opportunity to meet many of my fellow bloggers from across the African content. This Read More →

Reflections on 2007 Digital Citizens Indaba

It’s been a week after the 2nd annual DCI event in Grahamstown. This event is a sidekick to the much larger and more established conference Highway Africa. As with all these types of events it’s layered with good intentions. However, Read More →

Blog your way to Being an Expert

This is a summary of the talk and presentation that I delivered at the 2nd annual Digital Citizens Indaba on the Marketing and Monetising panel. My fellow presenters were Laurian Clemence and Matthew Buckland. I started out telling the story Read More →

Ansbert Ngurumo on blogging in Kiswahili

Ansbert Ngurumo spoke about blogging in Kiswahili in the Fractured Identities session of the Digital Citizens Indaba 2007. This was in some respects one of the most inspiring talks for me because it is in sync with my own views Read More →

Daudi Were on Blogging and Democracy

My friend Daudi Were spoke in the Fractured Identities session of the 2007 Digital Citizens Indaba. We first met last year at the DCI and also at TED Global in Tanzania. Daudi is currently organising a African Bloggers conference to Read More →

Ndesanjo Macha keynote at Digital Citizens Indaba 2007

Professor Fackson Banda opened the 2007 Digital Citizen Indaba. This is turning out to be an annual blogging conference. He welcomed everyone and introduced the keynote speaker, Ndesanjo Macha. Ndesanjo is a blogger, journalist, lawyer and digital activist. He is Read More →