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· November, 2007

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from November, 2007

Kuduro: The Sexy Angolan Rhythm With a Message

Whether the word Kuduro comes from the Kimbundu language, native to northern Angola and means “location” or from the Portuguese expression meaning “hard ass” or “stiff bottom” is debated but...

Egypt: Sudanese Teddy Bear Scandal

Zambia: Listen to George Kazoka

Angola: A blog post from Angola

Zambia: The low tax economy

South Africa: Bliksem: A South African Facebook App

Uganda: Ten questions with the Comrade

Beloved by the blogren for his prolific, provocative comments and his endless, passionate devotion to North Korea, the 27th Comrade was until recently one of Uganda's most active bloggers. Two...

Ghana: Journalist wins award in web media

Zimbabwe: Is there international airport in Zimbabwe?

Madagascar: Building a wooden boat

Nigeria: Nollywood actress Bisi Ibidapo-Obe

Uganda: Museveni's big test

Ghana: Ghana ICT Journalists on Facebook

Somalia: Somali culture

Kenya: American political strategist stirs up Kenya election scene

Dick Morris, an American political consultant who worked with the Bill Clinton 1996 re-election recently caused a mini stir in Kenya. He arrived in Kenya and was unveiled by an...

Angola: The right of voting

Kenya: Kenya's Second BarCamp

Uganda: Broken Sidewalks

Somalia: Somalia Journal: Riot

Peace Corps bloggers from Burkina Faso

My first post for Global Voices Online discussed the expatriate bloggers living and working and writing in Burkina Faso. Today, we’ll investigate another group of expatriates living in Burkina Faso...

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