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Takudzwa Terrence Musakasa

Takudzwa Terrence Musakasa also known as Taque Remzy is a visual content creator, graphic designer and musician from Zimbabwe. He is the founder of CloutBase, a youth-led organisation that markets upcoming artists and businesses. Cloutbase also focuses on bringing entertainment,… Read More »Takudzwa Terrence Musakasa

Prisiel Samu

Prisiel Samu is a media analyst with over 10 years experience in media research and investigative content analysis. He is currently serving as the Programmes Coordinator and Deputy Editor at ZimFact.

Mlondolozi Ndlovu

Mlondolozi Ndlovu is a media trainer, practising journalist/broadcaster and media researcher, a fellow of the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung (FES- Germany). He has worked for a number of media institutions and the civil society sector. He has worked for Amnesty International-Zimbabwe… Read More »Mlondolozi Ndlovu

Farayi Machamire

Farayi Machamire is the Managing Editor and Co-Director of Kukurigo Information Services. He oversees the editorial policy and daily operations.

Kiri Rupiah

Kiri Rupiah is a journalist and editor with The Continent, a pan-African newspaper designed to read and shared on messaging platforms. She is based between Harare and Johannesburg. She previously worked as the online editor for South Africa’s Mail &… Read More »Kiri Rupiah

Allan Chipoyi

Allan Chipoyi is a Co-Founder youth formed Election Watchdog named Project Vote 263. He has a degree in Banking and Finance from the University of Zimbabwe. He was the SRC President at UZ from 2022-2023

Admire Mare

Admire Mare is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Media at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. His research interests include analyzing the intersection between technology and society, digital journalism, social media and politics, media and democracy,… Read More »Admire Mare

Courteney Mukoyi

Courteney Mukoyi has more than three years of experience in civic technology. He is founder and director of the Justice Code Foundation working to leverage the power of technology in civic engagement among young people in Zimbabwe.

Timothy Chemonges

Chemonges is a lawyer, human rights defender, researcher, and advocacy enthusiast with over eight years of experience in the NGO, Government, Education and legal sectors. He has worked in the Parliament of Uganda as a reporter and media specialist for… Read More »Timothy Chemonges

Christopher Kayonga

A practising broadcast journalist with experience in the non profit space in Uganda, with deep knowledge relevant to leveraging legacy and new media for civic education and youth led advocacy