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· July, 2005

Stories about Kenya from July, 2005

Kenya: AIDS conference

Bankelele attended a conference on HIV/AIDS last week and reports back with some facts and figures.

Kenya: The Slavery in Our Midst: The Nairobi House Maid

African Bullets & Honey looks at the plight of the Nairobi house maid.

Kenya: Who Will Win the November Referendum?

The Kenya Democracy Project asks who will win the November referendum?

Balancing Act on African Blogs

The current issue of Balancing Act – the leading online newsletter reporting on African telecommunications – leads off with an article on African blogs and features several bloggers who are...

Kenya: It was inevitable

After a fan was killed during a previous World Cup qualifying match, Kenya has been ordered to play its next match in an empty stadium, notes Bankelele.

Kenya: Kenyans protests and massacre

Black Looks covers protests in Kenya. The main sticking point seems to be that the current President was elected on a platform to reduce presidential powers within 100 days of...

Kenya: Poor Governance

Bankelele has a brief rundown of the mismangement charges levied against the Central Bank.

Sub-Saharan Africa Friday Blog Roundup

African Bullets and Honey was in London on the day of the attack, and concludes that “whenever I think about the scale and importance of the lives of people I...

Sub-Saharan Africa Thursday Blog Roundup

Thinker's Room posts a gedankenexperiment to explain why he feels the way he does about Live 8. A new website dedicated to preventing the return of former military dictator Ibrahim...

Sub-Saharan Africa Daily Blog Roundup

Kenyan Pundit introduces the blog Kenya Today, the first blog by a mainstream Kenyan journalist. At the moment, John Kamau, the author, is in Scotland, covering the G8 summit. On...

African Blog Roundup

Debates over the relevance of Live 8 have kept the African blogosphere jumping this weekend. Andrew Heavens of Meskel Square is amazed that “you can't open a British newspaper (or...

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