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· May, 2007

Stories about Kenya from May, 2007

18 May 2007

Africa: Blog This Poem!

The African blogosphere is rapidly expanding, bringing more voices online in the form of commentaries, opinions, analyses, rants...and poetry. Blogs have created a new space for African poets to share...

11 May 2007

Ethiopian bloggers pay tribute to jet crash reporter

Ethiopian bloggers have flooded the internet with tributes to Associated Press reporter Anthony Mitchell who was one of 114 people killed when Kenyan Airways flight KQ507 crashed in southern Cameroon...

10 May 2007

Kenya: Blogging the Next Presidential Election Post By Post

Kenyan presidential election is slated for December this year. Following the complex landscape of Kenyan politics may be an arduous task, particularly for non-Kenyans. Fortunately, Kenyan bloggers are breaking it...

Kenya: Internet in one place with Jahazi

6 May 2007

Swahili Blogosphere: State of education in Tanzania, M-Pesa and Open Source Movement in Kenya

Higher education students in Tanzania are still finding it hard to adapt to the user-pay system in which they have to directly pay for the costs of university education. Under...

5 May 2007

Kenya: Bloggers’ Reactions to Plane Crash

This is a brief overview of what Kenyan bloggers are saying about the tragic accident involving a Kenya Airways plane, which has crashed in Southern Cameroon. The plane, Boeing 737-800,...

Kenya: Why is Africa prone to air accidents?

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