re:publica 2015 – #AfricaBlogging – Political bloggers in Sub-Saharan Africa

Find out more at: http://re-publica.de/session/africablogging-political-bloggers-sub-saharan-africa

Africa has the largest growth of internet distribution in the world. With the increasing spread of the internet, social media has become more important in every-day life of African people. In a region where traditional media lacks – due to the absence of infrastructure, corruption, State influence or poor wages – relevant quality for being a real pillar of democracy, social media activists become an increasingly important source of information; they also contribute to the diversity of opinion.

Brenda Wambui
http://www.brainstorm.co.ke/

Ruth Aine Tindyebwa
https://re-publica.de/Self%20Employed

Njeri Wangari

Christian Echle
http://www.kas.de/mediaafrica

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re:publica: Eine jährliche Konferenz über Blogs, soziale Medien und die digitale Gesellschaft in Berlin. / re:publica is Europe’s most exciting and Germany’s biggest conference when it comes to blogs, social media, and our society in the digital age.




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