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· May, 2009

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from May, 2009

19 May 2009

Malawi: Twittering Malawi Elections 2009

Seven candidates are running for president in the fourth presidential elections in Malawi, including the incumbent Bingu wa Mutharika for the Democratic Progressive Party and the main opposition figure John...

Zambia: Live-Blogging a Groundbreaking HIV Discrimination Case

Priti Patel, project lawyer (HIV/Aids) for the Southern Africa Litigation Centre is in Livingstone, Zambia to live-blog a groundbreaking HIV discrimination case in the country.

Zambia: Groundbreaking HIV case in court

Malawi: Listen to Malawi Election Bloggers

Malawians are currently voting in the presidential and parliamentary elections. A group of Malawian bloggers were trained by PenPlusBytes, an International Institute of ICT Journalism in collaboration with New Media...

17 May 2009

Disabled Congolese Find Ways to Thrive

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, life for the disabled or physically impaired is wrought with difficulties. With no state support and few employment prospects, individuals with disabilities face numerous...

16 May 2009

Macedonia: French Military Cemetery in Skopje

Nigeria: The next Nigerian for the Chinese hangman

Malawi: 800 officers hired for the general election

Africa: The Grid and Mobile Phone Documentary

Ghana: Sponsor Maker Faire Africa

Angola: “Every city has its history, and ours is no different”

In a time when Luanda's landscape is suffering big changes, citizens have come together to protect the city’s architectural heritage. In this post we explore bloggers' discussion of the need...