Sunday, 28 February 2010

Conversatons with Fungai

This week, we're talking to Fungai from Fungai Neni:

What does Fungai Neni mean?
'Think with me' as well as 'Fungai and I' - in essence, I am asking that people be actively engaged in the content that I produce.

What do you do professionally?

I work in media and communications for the South African National AIDS Council.
What inspired you to start your blog?
It was long overdue - I had been talking about it for over a year and had just never found the time for it. So I just decided one afternoon to get it done and that's how it all began.
What's the aim of your blog?
To stimulate thought and discussion around contemporary issues, as seen through my eyes.
What advice would you give to other bloggers?
Keep it at - sometimes it goes good and sometimes it goes bad. But if it's your passion, please pesevere! Look for opportunities to grow always.
When you're writing do you think about your audience or do you prefer to just write?
I just write - whatever comes, comes. My blog is honest, although I sometimes think about what my audience might think about what I say...
Other than blogging do you have any other hobbies?
Of course! reading, music, travelling, writing other things like poetry and short stories, researching issues,etc.
How did you get involved with Medyouth?

Through my good friend, Rachel Adams, who invited me to one of their peer education courses in Bulawayo.

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