Stories about Mali from January, 2007
Africa: Dancing to soccer moves, Maasai Hip Hop and laughing at wealthy Americans
My name is Steve Ntwiga and this is my first post at Global Voices Online. I will be trying to fill a small part of Obi's huge shoes as I post on bloggers and sites that cover African music. From soccer moves to a dancing sytle Lets start with Teju...
West Africa: What is NOSPETCO?, Aid Does Not Work, Dogon Architecture and Tourism As A Therapy
As we delve into the West African blogosphere this week, our first stop is Nigeria. One issue that is attracting so much attention among Nigerians bloggers is NOSPETCO. What is NOSPETCO? According to the Nigerian blogger Deolu Akinyemi, If you have never heard of Nospecto before, it is an investment...
Mali: clean energy
The African Uptimist writes about universal access to clean energy in Mali.
Africa: Ethiopia's James Brown
Ben Loxo writes about James Brown's influence in Africa, “Benn loxo listener, Henri, sent me this Sekouba Diabaté track to post as a tribute. I’ll also post a track by “Ethiopia’s James Brown”, Alemayehu Eshete, to show how far his influence spread.”