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· July, 2011

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from July, 2011

Guinea: Censorship Lifted on the Coverage of the President Attack

Mozambique: Political Rapper Arrested

Gambia: Peace Corps Volunteer Visits Gambia After 38 Years

Lesotho: Discover Lesotho

Somalia: Happy Ramadan

Africa: Prefix Taps Into Africa’s Digital Realm

D.R. of Congo: “Missing” Governor Jets Back

South Africa: WordCamp Cape Town 2011

Cote d'Ivoire: Unequal pay for equal work

South Sudan/Sudan: Football Torn By Citizenship

Guinea: Weekly Newspaper Le Defi Vandalized

Malawi: Ports Turns Into Fishing Ground

Zambia: Current Events Through Political Satire

Nigeria: Nigerian Girl Victim of Oslo “Coward” Terror Acts

Kenya: Follow 10 International Bloggers Visiting Kenya

Zambia/Ethiopia: Only Elephants Should Wear Ivory

Denmark: Starvation Day

Senegal: Against a third term for President Wade

Kenya: Facebook Should Unfriend John Mwau

A Kenyan blogger, Daudi Were, has raised an interesting question about whether the U.S. government will be willing to enforce the Kingpin Act against Facebook for apparently doing business with...

Global Voices Bloggers to Mentor Youth Activists from 10 Countries

Today we announce the names of 10 Global Voices bloggers and 11 activists who will be working together virtually over the next months as part of a new mentoring initiative...

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