Haji Mohamed Dawjee
Haji Mohamed Dawjee completed a postgraduate degree in journalism at Stellenbosch University and established herself as a digital media specialist. She became Africa’s first social media editor in a newsroom at the Mail & Guardian, where she went on to work as deputy digital editor and a disruptor of the the peace through a weekly column. In 2017, she was selected as a fellow for the Deutsche Welle Insitute. She writes weekly and bi-monthly columns for EWN, Women 24 and the Sunday Times and contributes freelance journalism to a range of other publications. Her writing is included in Writing What We Like (edited by Yolisa Qunta) and Feminism Is (edited by Jen Thorpe). Sorry, Not Sorry is her first book.