We would love to develop the content here, but for that we need your input!

Whether you are a first year university student starting to study varsity level maths, or you’re a PhD student working on your thesis, a lecturer who has many years of research behind you, somebody working in mathematics education, a high school student who has suddenly come across a particular idea which blew your mind, or perhaps confused you to no end, we would like to hear from you.

We would like people who feel inspired to write about what mathematics means to them, and the parts of mathematics which inspire them.

Importantly we would like diversity both in terms of the level of mathematics discussed here as well as the language used. So whether you’re an English speaker, a Shona speaker, a Xhosa speaker, an Arabic speaker or any other language speaker/writer, please feel free to write in whichever language you are most comfortable. In this way we will be able to spread the word of mathematics to a wider and more diverse audience and that, in my opinion, is a beautiful thing to do!

We are also looking for developers who might be able to spend a bit of time helping us with this multi-blogger, multi-lingual platform. A couple of hours of your time would be incredibly gratefully received and you will get exposure of your skills if you are able to help.

If you are interested in writing, translating or developing here, please shoot us an email at info@mathemafrica.org and we will set you up with an account and set you on your way to becoming a Mathemafrica blog star!

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