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· August, 2008

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from August, 2008

Zambia: A costly constitutional blunder

Zimbabwe: Dirty Politics

South Africa: The annual Digital Citizen Indaba

Angola: On the illegal occupation of a residential plot by a bank

Angola: Going, going, gone!

The historic Kinaxixi Market of Luanda, the Angolan answer to Corbusian modernism in architecture, has been knocked down to make way for a modern shopping centre. Is this a sign...

Kenya: The making of an African activist

South Africa: Zuma in Hollywood?

Kenya/Tanzania: Technology in the Maasai world

South Africa: Don't insult our national anthem

Madagascar: Barcamp set to foster ICT collaboration.

South Africa: The final insult

Zimbabwe: Zimfest 2008

Eritrea: African Reading Challenge 2008

Africa: The way the world sees Africa

Cape Verde: Blogger takes picture of filthy hospital lavatory

Guinea-Bissau: Travel Pictures

Angola: Media shut up – again?

Kenya: Reproductive Rights Bill Sparks Abortion Debate

A bill proposed by Kenyan women's rights groups, which would make it easier to have an abortion, has re-sparked the debate about legalizing abortion. The procedure is currently illegal in...

Zimbabwe: A new day for parliament?

Ghana: A traditional healer with a website

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