Twenty Ten Dream Team Print Journalist: Mark Namanya

Here is the third post featuring one of our print journalists in our series highlighting some of the content produced by individual members of the newly selected Dream Team. You can go directly to Africa Media Online to view the full articles and all images and gain publishing rights to them. The ‘Allstar’ and ‘Dream Team’ … Read More

Pyramid football

Another story from the Twenty Ten Allstar journalists is Mohamed Abdou‘s photo feature about football at Egypt’s iconic Pyramids of Giza. Purchase the full story from Africa Media Online. “Football is the most popular sport in Egypt” says Abdou. “Children, boys and young people love it and can even be found playing it in the … Read More

An African journalist reflects on South Africa's reputation

Mark Namanya is a Ugandan sports journalist who attended the Twenty Ten Allstar training in Egypt. Ahead of his visit to South Africa next week for the FIFA World Cup draw, he reflects on what his impressions had been before he’d visited the country, and to what extent they had been shaped by the ‘Western … Read More

Telling it like it is: a Sudanese journalist reports on his Twenty Ten training

By Emmanuel Kele Twenty-four young African Journalists from twelve countries of Africa have concluded their Twenty-Ten World Cup media coverage workshop in Cairo, Egypt. The workshop brought together a genuine united Africa from South Africa, Angola, via Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Sudan, Liberia, Ghana, and many other countries from the continent. The one week workshop which … Read More

African radio now online!

A key milestone in the Twenty Ten project has been passed as the first radio features were uploaded to Africa Media Online’s new MEMAT system. These three audio features are the first of the 11 that were produced by the ‘Allstars’ who trained in Cairo over the past two weeks, where they attended key matches … Read More