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Searching for technology writers in South Africa

After a few months of trying to syndicate some of my LinkedIn articles on South African publications such as TechCentral, MyBroadband and ITWeb and receiving the feedback for the stable door not to hit my ass on the way out I decided to start an open publication that caters for technology in South Africa.
Thus I am searching for technology writers to write articles on Medium and to submit them to the publication “The Technology Burrow”. To be added as a writer to the publication, please send me a note or inbox me.
My idea is to have community based news and articles available from a wide range of non-commercial contributors who enjoy writing. So if this is your thing, please sign up. Promise that you won’t encounter a Rinkhals or have the stable door smack your ass!

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