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· April, 2011

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from April, 2011

Zambia: Live Updates of FAZ AGM

Nigeria: Nigerian Governor on Twitter

South Sudan: Prose/Poetry Magazine for South Sudan

Chad: White Gold Opens Income Stream For Women

Zambia: President's Son Threatens Journalist

A senior Zambia journalist recently received threats from the son of the Zambian president Rupiah Banda, James, following a story that appeared on the Zambian Watchdog, a leading investigative journalism...

Uganda: Citizens Outraged by Violent Re-Arrest of Opposition Leader

Uganda opposition leader Dr.Kiiza Besigye was re-arrested in the capital Kampala for participating in the Walk to Work Campaign one night after he was granted bail. Besigye had been granted...

Rwanda: Ask Rwandan President Questions on YouTube

On May 5, 2011 President Paul Kagame of Rwanda will be the first African leader to be interviewed on YouTube World View. World View is a series of monthly interviews...

Uganda: Opposition Leader Arrested Again

Zimbabwe: Bloggers Discuss President Mugabe's Legacy

Zimbabwe is a country where public discussion about the President's health or a future without him can land one into jail. Blogs have become the only forum where "sensitive" political...

Zimbabwe: Revolution has no blueprint

Ethiopia: Read Latest Posts By Ethiopian Bloggers

Madagascar: Here We Go Again with Land Grabbing, minus the Outrage

D.R. of Congo: Donors wary of involvement in elections

Nigeria: Women Protest in Abuja

Kenya: Poets and Writers Meet in Nairobi

Zimbabwe: Does Violence Deter Women From Entering Politics?

Nigeria: Elections commenced in peaceful atmosphere

Ghana: The Day I Detonated My Twitter Account

South Sudan: Taking Prevention Message to Times Square

Ghana: Accra Hustling in Photos

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