Meet our team
'A single bracelet
does not jingle'
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Daaf Borren is an Africa journalist and founder of The Bright Continent. Aside from his work as editor-in-chief for this platform, he works freelance for a wide range of media and writes a book for Pluim Publishing House.
Chris Mukasa is the founder of Fatuma’s Voice, an organization that encourages expression by creating safe spaces for people to speak about social issues, using art, poetry, music, debates and theatre.
Etinosa Osayimwen is an award-winning photographer, living in Nigeria. She is passionate about the plight of people living in rural and undeserved communities as they are visibly neglected and forgotten.
Ruben Hazelzet is a Creative Director and Social Entreprepreneur. Three and a haf years ago he migrated to South Africa. Together with his company SoapboxSA he focuses on helping companies to improve their social impact in Africa. Next to his work, Ruben is a pianist and music fanatic with a deep love for African music and that's exactly why he is our music curator.
BOA stands for Beauty of Africa and 54 stands for the number of countries we have on the continent. Through her vlogs, Hauwa's goal is to represent Africa positively as well as have fun whilst educating her viewers about their uniquely blessed continent. If you do not know anything about Africa, do not be worried, you now know Africa has 54 countries. (gotcha!)
Apart from being a final year Economics Student at the University Of Namibia, and an active youth member for AIESEC and YALI volunteerism and leadership organisations respectively. Jessica-Debby’s philanthropic and pulsating persona, promptly enables her to shine a light on the African continent, through her various written pieces that are showcased on The Bright Continent.
Izehi Amadasu is a writer and an avid reader from Nigeria. She uses her voice to speak about matters of inequality and to raise awareness about Africa. She is also a natural hair enthusiast and encourages African women to embrace their natural hair. I am from Edo State, Nigeria.