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· October, 2005

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from October, 2005

From the African women's blogsphere

On 26 October, Togo became the 15th country to ratify the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa thus ensuring...

Malawi: Crime and Cost of Living

KenyanSphere This Week

Sidaki has a very interesting analysis of events in America and comes to the conclusion that among the things Americans are reluctant to receive on their soils are British beef,...

Africa: Debt & resources

Namibia: Lesbian/Gay rights

Somaliland: UN interview

Nigeria: ICTs

Africa: FGM

Zimbabwe: demolitions continue

Voices from South Africa

South Africa has been painted as being a political wonder, and our transition to democracy is often described as a miracle. The country tries very hard to present an image...

South Africa: Jacob Zuma

Tanzania: Agricultural investment

Kenya: colonial portrayal of africa

Cameroon: Life with mice and roaches

Ethiopia: Trafficking to Bahrain

Nigeria: Ministerial celebrations

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Detention center blaze

Burundi: Agathon Rwasa

Kiswahili Bloggers this week

Tanzanian Kiswahili bloggers continue to write about the presidential and parliamentary elections taking at the end of the month. Mwandani comes across an open letter of advice addressed to the...

This weeks voices from Nigeria and Ghana

Chippla reports on the Belleveiw plane crash in Nigeria last weekend. He talks about the first few hours after the plane crashed. He gave an account of Nigerian's perception of...

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