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· May, 2010

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from May, 2010

31 May 2010

Japan: My Eyes Tokyo

Africa: Poor African parents and their choices

Nigeria: Cast your vote in the 2010 Nigerian Blog Awards!

It's time again for the Nigerian Blog Awards! Starting Monday, voters can cast their ballot for the best blog in over 30 categories, ranging from “Best Fashion Blog” to “Most...

Nigeria: Oil spills have taken place for past 50 years

Madagascar: The voice of a young blogger and translator

Meet Radifera Felana Candy, translator for Global Voices Lingua Malagasy. Only 15 years old, Candy is probably the youngest member in the Global Voices team.

30 May 2010

Chez Gangoueus: A brilliant blog about African literature in French

A close runner-up for the Best of Blogs in French Award is Chez Guangoueus (fr). Réassi Ouabonzi blogs about African and diaspora literature in French from a reader's perspective since...

29 May 2010

Angola: Similarities between Cabinda and East Timor

Zimbabwe: Is it a crime to be white in Zimbabwe?

Ghana: Ghana National Media Commission has failed

Africa: A blog to promote African literature

South Africa: Rugby Playing Its Part in Transformation

Sport is still largely split along racial lines in South Africa. Football is considered a non-white sport and rugby is considered by many to be a game played by white...

Nigeria: Exclusive interview with Nigerian soul artist

Guinea : Waiting for Presidential Elections

Hope mixed with anxiety reign in Guinea with the presidential elections to be held on June 27, 2010. These elections are the first free elections in Guinea since its independence....

27 May 2010

Mauritania: Spotlight on Tunisian Cyberactivism

Ghana: Our first batch of refugees

Togo's Security Minister is quoted by the BBC saying that 3,500 refugees have crossed into Northern Togo from Ghana following ethnic conflict and land disputes. Ghanaian blogger and journalist Ato...

Zimbabwe: Police raid house of Director of Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe

South Africa: FEEFA 2.010 Whirled Cup Sowth Afrika!

Many South African companies are planning to profit from the 2010 FIFA World Cup. However, more and more are finding it difficult to play by the rules of ambush marketing...

Kenya: No need for unnecessary ICT regulations

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