Jessemusse Cacinda is a philosopher, journalist, project manager and cultural activist. He has published essays, articles, chronicles and short stories in literary and philosophical anthologies, newspapers, press and magazines, and has coordinated two literary anthologies bringing together contemporary Mozambican writers. In 2016 he founded, with Alex Macbeth, Ethale Publishing, a publishing house focused on promoting African narratives and their diasporas. He is the author of the book "Thinking Africa" (Ethale Publishing, 2020), Published The Hamburger that Killed George - Anthology of Mozambican Criminal Short Stories (Ethale Publishing, 2017). He has a degree in Philosophy and a Master's degree in Sociology of Development and Project Management.