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· September, 2007

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from September, 2007

South Africa: Preparing for the worst

Uganda: Bloggers respond to massive flooding

The top thing on many Ugandan bloggers' minds in the past two weeks has been the massive flooding across sub-Saharan Africa. The floods hit particularly hard in northern and eastern...

Tanzania: Dar es Salaam photoblog

Ghana: Open Source evangelism in Ghana

Ghana: Did God save the Akosombo Dam?

We start off this week’s review with Ghana’s electricity crisis, which started in August 2006, but has seen a considerable improvement almost a year later. Could it be because priests...

Africa: Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Extra Extra's reaction to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance: “I’m afraid did not fall out of my chair when I saw that the Democratic Republic of Congo is ranked...

Nigeria: Abuja Film Festival

Africa: The problem with e-commerce in Africa

Thought Leader: An Editorial Blog

The South Africa's Mail & Guardian online has been experimenting with new media through their 3-step blogging strategy. The first part of the strategy was the launching of the South...

South Africa: Blogger to be IT Personality of the year?

Mauritius: Is Kreol inferior in Mauritius?

Nigeria: Why is e-gold popular in Nigeria?

Ghana: These Africans annoy me

Nigeria: Nigerian Stock Exchange results

Kenya: Kenyan kids on politics and tribalism

Ghana: Green architecture in Accra

Africa: United States of Mobile Africa

Africa/Diaspora: Mixed feelings about reparations

Tanzania: Bongoland II – final version

Sudan: The future of the “African solution”

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