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· May, 2008

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from May, 2008

South Africa: Bloggers need to do more than just write

A few South African bloggers are thinking about positive steps to take with regard to the current xenophobia crisis in South Africa. Stii asks, “What can we as bloggers do...

On the return of the victims of xenophobia

Mozambique: Beat the prices rise, get a bike!

Guinea-Bissau: Experimental Theater Group

Burkina Faso: Level four culture shock

In The United Kingdom a bit more than a week ago, the Office of National Statistics reported that in the past ten years, nearly two million Britons have moved abroad,...

Mozambique: The rice and our independende

D.R. Congo: European film festival and rising food prices

South Africa: Who is to blame for xenophobia?

Ethiopia: The life of Kedir Mohammed

D.R. of Congo: Bemba's arrest is selective justic

Africa: Learning by Ear

Zimbabwe: MDC activists arrested

Malawi's Ex-President Under House Arrest

Following recent reports of alleged coup plotters, police picked up and put Malawi's former president Bakili Muluzi under house arrest. Lilongwe-based Journalist Bright Sonani gives eyewitness accounts as events unfolded...

Sudan: Stranded Palestinians

Uganda: Book Club arrives

Zimbabwe/South Africa: Stand Up for Zimbabwe

Cape Verde: Africa Day

Africa: The challenge of the cults in East Africa

South Africa: What is the meaning of “makwerekwere”?

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