Dzekashu MacViban

Dzekashu MacViban is a freelance journalist and has written for the Ann Arbor Review of Books, Fashizblack,, and PalaPala among others.

The rise of the Google developer community in Cameroon

Interview with Cyprien Tankeu on the evolution and challenges of Google Developer Groups in Cameroon.

Gifted Mom: Cameroonian app to promote antenatal care

Gifted Mom uses low cost technologies to improve the health conditions of pregnant women and new-borns in underserved and disconnected communities

Cameroon: Dorothée Danedjo Fouba on IT, language & women

Dorothée Danedjo Fouba on journalism, IT startups, Francophone vs. Anglophone, crowdfunding & women

The rise of Cameroon's socially-oriented tech startups

Why we shouldn’t ignore socially-orientated tech startups

Cameroon: Kebisu Helps Get Girls Into Tech

Kebisu, a web tutoring platform helps get 8 – 18 year old girls into STEM field careers

Spotlight: 5 Cameroonian Female Techies

Cameroonian female techies don’t get the exposure and media attention of their male counterparts, but this in no way downplays their ambition

A Touch-Screen 'Heart' Tablet in Cameroon

Cardiopad enables patients in rural Africa to undergo heart examinations and have results beamed wirelessly to specialists for interpretation

Buea: 8 Startup Profiles from Cameroon's Leading Tech City

Buea is not the only region in Cameroon to host a number of IT startups, but surprisingly, it is home to a higher number than bigger Cameroonian cities like Douala and Yaoundé.

How a Cameroonian IT Startup is Changing the Image of IT and Providing Job Opportunities in Africa.

Njorku, a fast growing career and recruitment platform is changing the lives of individuals in Africa in the same way LinkedIn is changing people’s lives around the world.

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