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Glenna Gordon

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Glenna Gordon is a journalist based in Uganda. See her blog at www.ugandascarlettlion.blogspot.com or her work at www.glennagordon.com.

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28 February 2008

Africa: Is Chinese influence eroding press freedom?

The BBC posted an interview with head of Reporters Without Borders Leonard Vincent commenting on the decline of press freedom in Africa over the past year. Ugandan blogger, Ugandan Insomniac,...

3 December 2007

Chogm Appraisal: The Round-Up from Ugandan Blogosphere

The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) took place recently in Kampala. Here is the round-up of interesting conversations and reactions in the Ugandan blogosphere about the meeting.

11 October 2007

Uganda: Of Cons, Cars And Losing a Job Because Of a Blog

This week, Ugandan Insomniac poses an always pressing question that sets the tone for much discourse, "Why are millions of Ugandans still living in abject poverty when an increasing number...

30 August 2007

Ugandans and Expats Face Off in the Blogosphere

"I can also tell an American blogger when I read one—they are different in a way that neither makes me laugh or angered. See this entry, for example. Well, maybe...

31 July 2007

Uganda Responds – and Doesn't – To “Stop Trying To Save Africa”

“Maybe I just go where the weather is better,” says Josh of In An African Minute. He’s referring to why he chooses to work in Africa rather than where his...

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