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· July, 2005

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from July, 2005

Zimbabwe: ZW$ further devalued on Harare's streets

Zimbabwe:Protesting Chinese aid for Mugabe

Kenya: AIDS conference

Sudan: Relief in Khartoum

Kenya: The Slavery in Our Midst: The Nairobi House Maid

Sudan: The Humanitarian Air Service

South Africa: Blacks Only!

Kenya: Who Will Win the November Referendum?

Ethiopia: Victim profile

Angola: Same old song and dance

Balancing Act on African Blogs

The current issue of Balancing Act – the leading online newsletter reporting on African telecommunications – leads off with an article on African blogs and features several bloggers who are...

Kenya: It was inevitable

Niger: Yes, it's True, There are Slaves in Niger…

Ghana: Discussing Podcasts and Video Blogs on Radio Ghana

A few days ago at the video blogging/podcasting workshop I conducted near the University of Ghana, I was interviewed by a journalist from Radio Ghana. I checked out various news...

Nigeria: Going Wireless in Nigeria

Ethiopia: From Gonder to Niger

South Africa: Interview with a hijacker

How to Make a Three-Hour Drive a Seven-Hour Nightmare

Yesterday afternoon, a group of us began the drive back to Accra from Patriensa. As you'll see in a future blog entry, our car broke down and we spent hours...

Zimbabwe: The West Must Fix It

Sudan: Secretary Rice's Visit

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