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· May, 2007

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from May, 2007

Kenya: Mobile Toolkit Workgroup

South Africa: Media Tech Africa 2007

Kenya: they came, they saw, they were conquared

Africa: blogging the G8 Summit

Swahili Blogosphere: Higher Education Blame Game, Miss Universe, and Personal Privacy vs. Public Life

Hardship is the name of the game, it seems, for Tanzania's higher education students both at home and abroad. While the University of Dar Es Salaam has readmitted all the...

Africa: mobile phones and activism in Africa

Nigeria: remembering the Biafran War

Burkina Faso: FA Cup Final in Ouagadougou

Mauritius: a new book on art in Mauritius

Guinea: top businessman becomes honorary president

Zambia: does Zambia-China relationship worry IMF?

Zimbabwe: inflation exceeds 10,000%

Sierra Leone: State Led Prostitution, Diamond Tales, And More

After three years of peace following eleven years of civil war, Sierra Leone is engaged in concerted efforts to attract investors. The efforts, which are led by the the government...

Corruption in Senegal

Palestine: South African Views on Israel

Malawi: Malawi's first lady passes away

Ethiopia: shady dealings of international media

D.R. of Congo: Park rangers attacked by rebels

Malawians on the world stage: academic honors, music, science and technology

There is one discernible theme running through the Malawian blogosphere in the month of May. This round-up focuses mostly on what these bloggers have written in this month, now approaching...

Niger: environmental war

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