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· January, 2011

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from January, 2011

Africa: Has African Union become a group of jokers?

Africa: This is Africa website

Sudan: “Facebook Revolution” with the help of Twitter as a side kick

Today we are witnessing a new trend in Sudan. Young Sudanese are growing up digital and are well aware of how the world is changing around them. Young people in...

Sudan: Tweeting #SudanJan30

Using the social networking site Facebook, Sudanese students called for a street demonstration on January 30 to protest against the government of Omar al-Bashir. The protests have claimed the life...

Guinea-Bissau: Ready to face the truth?

China: Role in resolving Africa's conflicts

Liberia: Improving Liberian Education

Malawi: Meet Malawi's studio wizard

Sudan: People's Revolution in the Making?

Following mass protests in Tunisia and Egypt, a group Sudanese activists have chosen January 30, 2011 to be the beginning of peaceful demonstrations to bring down Omar al-Bashir and his...

South Africa: Honor Madiba with your actions

Uganda: Homosexuality not a European concept

Swaziland: My work with social centers

Kenya: New site ranks serial over-lappers

Burundi: Nation-wide forum on media and ICT next month

Cote d'Ivoire: Lessons for international community

Nigeria: A humorous take on kidnapping

South Africa: Debate on secrecy bill resumes

Liberia: The Liberian Saga

Uganda: Gay Rights Activist Found Murdered

Ugandan gay rights activist David Kato was found murdered yesterday, just weeks after winning a court case against a local newspaper that had called for Ugandans to “hang” homosexuals. Kato...

Lesotho: My visit to Lesotho

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