Zimbabwe

Patience Mandishona
Patience Mandishona 09 August 2018

Patience Mandishona is a Zimbabwean feminist based in Harare. As Programmes Officer for JASS ally, Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), she worked as a lobbyist and advocate, networking and providing services for the LGBTI community with a primary focus on lesbian and bisexual women. Patience holds a BA in Communication Science, and has been a part of the JASS movement-building initiative in Southern Africa since 2007.

Occupying Streets to Reclaim Online Spaces - Zimbabwe
Occupying Streets to Reclaim Online Spaces - Zimbabwe 08 December 2010

Women’sNet invites you to a day filled with activities to reclaim Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) back by occupying Miriam Makeba Street in Newton, Zimbabwe to demonstrate that online spaces need to be transformed, too. This is to demonstrate that in as much as we are reclaiming other spaces, online spaces need to be transformed too. The day’s actions include blogging, SMS’ing, sending Tweets, and signing a banner which will be on display at the National Feminist T...

The wireless school connectivity project... a concrete outcome
The wireless school connectivity project... a concrete outcome 21 May 2008 Muroro Dziruni

The wireless school connectivity project is an initiative that has connected a secondary school in a poor township of Harare to the internet, using wireless technologies. The genesis of this project was a result of the Southern Africa Wireless Workshop, which took place in Pretoria, South Africa in 2005 and was organized by APC. Muroro Dziruni of Connect Africa in Zimbabwe tells the story of ho...

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