Our interview series is an attempt to limelight African bloggers from different regions through sharing about their blog, tips, challenges, and thought processes. In this article we share an interview we had with Kenyan Yvonne Wabai, a scientist who blogs on Randomly Creative .
It's Day 1 of our Winter Blogging Challenge. Here is what to look out for in the next 30days of June 2019
At a workshop held in Harare, Zimbabwe, the Afrobloggers team had a chance to unveil branded t-shirts for African Bloggers. The t-shirts which display the Afrobloggers logo at the front can also be personalised at the back to carry personal quotes or blogging URLs. Blogging is our lifestyle Bloggers present at the workshop thought the… Continue reading Be part of something great!
The phenomenal story of a woman traveller who did not allow anything to get in the way of her dream.
Day 9 #BlogTemberChallenge Things I wish you knew about my country -Misconceptions, prejudice, assumptions. This your chance to clear the air….. #MyAfricaMyWords -Afrobloggers Drop a link in the comment below or ping back. We encourage bloggers to interact and support each other... read something new today.
Afrobloggers Presents the #BlogTemberChallenge Hello Afrobloggers; this is a call out, for the month of September we want to challenge you to write a blog post everyday...... We are not pointing any fingers or judging but some of your blogs are frightfully neglected, we know life happens but sometimes you need that friend who will… Continue reading Afrobloggers #BlogTemberChallenge
Pulani Mota is a self-confessed Foodie, who describes herself as a Cupcake Addict who's always willing to travel anywhere for Food.
Constantly being at war with telling the truth, yet fighting to accept it myself.
Ugandan Blogger Amanya adamantly proclaims that his secret for blog success is writing about the one thing that everybody relates to … love! He regards himself as an endlessly flowing natural who has a unique way of writing. He shares his blogging journey and the discipline that has helped him become a better writer even… Continue reading AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – El Amanya
I didn’t realise this quite so deeply before jumping into blogging, but there’s obviously a certain level of proficiency that you have to maintain as a blogger because your readers will come to expect content at certain times ❤