She is also known as a journalist.
I work as a journalist and columnist for South Africa’s hottest e-publications, The Daily Maverick and its swanky tablet-computer version, iMaverick.
The Daily Maverick is a unique blend of news, information, analysis and opinion with a decidedly South African flavour but also a global relevance.
You can keep up with the latest from The Daily Maverick on Twitter.
I blabber a copious amount of Porcine Latin across the interwebs, the evidence of which lies in my Twitter profile. I use social media to keep up with the news, gain more perspectives on the world as I know it, all the while finding a space for my own voice. I do on occasion abuse the hallowed halls of Twitter to shout an exaggerated ‘Hallo!’ to a friend.
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Logolepsy (noun) - /lôg-(o)-lep-sy/ – A fascination or obsession with words.
Etymology: Logos is Greek for “word”, lepsy is Greek, “to seize”
I am keenly interested in the ways we use words – language – to convey who we are, where we’re from and where we’d like to be going. I seek to unravel the relationship between language and identity, finding out more as well about the varying intersections of language with development, immigration, social change, politics and technology.