Omar Mohammed is the current ICFJ's Knight International Journalism Fellow and a Code for Africa Lead in Tanzania, a continent-wide civic tech and data-journalism initiative. He is based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's commercial capital. Follow him on Twitter @shurufu.
- DOING CYBER TIMETanzania’s cybercrime law is beginning to bite on social mediaQuartz Africa • December 30, 2016
- STANDOFFAfter a clash with Dangote, investors won’t be so sure Magufuli’s Tanzania is a place to do businessQuartz Africa • December 14, 2016
- SPEAKEASYTanzanian journalists are dealing with the reality of stifling free speech lawsQuartz Africa • August 10, 2016
- BANNING SATIRECreating a meme on Twitter could send you to jail in TanzaniaQuartz • April 17, 2015
- PRICE OF TERRORKenya may have downplayed the threat of Al-Shabaab to protect its tourism industryQuartz • April 3, 2015
- BETTER SAFETanzania’s president is warning his country terrorists may be in their midstQuartz • March 22, 2015
- SPEAK EASIERTanzania dumps English as its official language in schools, opts for KiswahiliQuartz • March 5, 2015