Browsing All posts tagged under »Mama Africa«

Only God can judge us

May 9, 2011


A few weeks ago I was discussing a personal issue with a few friends. I walked away from that sad discussion and felt…..hurt and judged to put it quite bluntly. I ponder and every so often I document my final thoughts as I’m doing right now. This situation reminded me that very often we judge […]

We are all African – post

November 20, 2010


Football is one of my other full-time passions. Anyone who truly knows me will tell you this. I am one of the ‘biggest’ Manchester United supporters out there. I have followed my beloved team for years and I am also a proud owner of a signed football (the whole team including Cantona, Giggs, Becks and […]

That Introspective Chat – post

November 16, 2010


Having announced to my friends and family my biggest decision thus far, I had to take stock of the reaction and various questions that came my way – there were PLENTY! Almost immediately I began to regret my decision and started thinking of ways to reverse the process and once again call the same friends […]

Mama Afrika Interview

November 7, 2010


Earlier this week I was interviewed by Mama Afrika. The interview was broken down into 2 parts posted here Part 1 – Read more Part 2 – Read more Admittedly some of the questions were tough but I was honest and gave my thoughts on the various issues  – Zimbabwe, Africa and the development of […]

Inviting Applications for the 2011 Anita Borg Scholarship

October 23, 2010


Apart of Google’s ongoing commitment to encourage women to excel in computing, we are pleased to announce the 2011 Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship: Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The The Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship, established by Google in 2004, honors Dr. Anita Borg, a computer science pioneer who dedicated her life to changing […]

An announcement: I want to go home? – post

October 18, 2010


‘So you want to do what Nige’? ‘Yes you heard me! I’m planning on going back home next year…’ ‘But why Nige? Bob’s not dead yet and who knows what will happen with that Zim economy? Wait a minute Nige, are your papers in order’? I chuckle and promptly respond. ‘I travel often don’t I? Of […]

Africa – The Good News article – Africa is the Future

September 28, 2010


Today Africa – The Good News published an article I wrote. I received the email just before lunch time. It truly was a very humbling experience.  The article is published here

The Forgotten Children

September 10, 2010


I blog here too: – This is my first post: - The Forgotten Children Last week on Tuesday, I received a text message which simply read ‘Tune to BBC2 now’.  A good friend of mine had sent it while I was making dinner. I stopped and immediately switched over to BBC 2. What she wanted me […]

Business in Africa – SoleRebels (Ethiopia)

August 18, 2010


             SoleRebel, posted with vodpod     What else can I say apart from my typical response – ‘inspiring’. I only wish these clips made it onto other mainstream media outlets so people can see the other side of Africa. The Rebrand: Africa Movement continues….      

Synovate’s ‘The Digital Divide’ Report on Internet Usage in Kenya

August 18, 2010


I’ve been following the IT development in Kenya for some time now. The growth is impressive to say the least. I just read that the iPhone 4 is to make its debut in Kenya on the 4th November this year. More info here.   The Digital Divide Report: – This document below makes for an interesting read. […]


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