The columns – when remaining on topic – attempt to unpack some of the jargon and lofty language used in the non-governmental sector. The author concedes he is not immune to the occasional use of jargon and lofty language himself.
Bill worked as a media researcher and trainer at MISA from September 2012 to January 2015, placed there as part of an Australian aid program.
MISA is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) operating in several southern African countries, promoting and defending free speech and media freedom.
Articles on this site were originally published in the opinion section of the Times of Swaziland.
The views expressed are Bill’s own.