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· March, 2010

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from March, 2010

French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique: March 19th 1946

Africa: How not to give money to charities in Africa

Malawi: Does Malawi need 4 mobile operators?

South Africa: We Want What's Ours

Sudan: Conflicting views on Sudan from US officials

Africa: CAF 2010 Awards was an embarrassment

Mali: Fabric weaves an economical and cultural support

Through videos, we see and learn about the cultural importance and economical boost that working with fabric is giving some people and organizations in Mali. Women's groups, artists and tourism...

Global: Furs And Fashion

Last month the fashion world went literally “wild” during the unveiling of fall collections. They had models strutting the catwalk in so much fur, it was scary enough to make...

Nigeria: “Enough is Enough!” youth march on the capital

On Tuesday, March 16, thousands of Nigerians marched on the capital, Abuja, to show their frustration with the woes that continue to besiege the country. This sort of protest has...

Bloggers’ opinions about technology and football

Despite the dramatic advances in technology, The International Football Association Board has rejected the introduction of goal-line technology during 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Senegal: RIP Mahaman Traor

South Africa: What are your rights when stopped at a roadblock?

Nigeria: The State of the Union

Uganda: LGBT activist to speak in NY

Uganda: Students riot, Kampala burns

Two separate tragedies struck Kampala, the capital of Uganda, on Tuesday: students at Makerere University rioted after the shooting death of two of their peers. And the Kasubi Tombs, a...

South Africa: Julius Malema and the future of freedom of speech

The ANC Youth League President Julius Malema has been found guilty of hate speech because of comments he made about a woman who accused President Jacob Zuma for rape. South...

Year After Coup, Madagascar's Leaders Face Sanctions

On the anniversary of last year's coup d'etat, the international community is set to impose sanctions on the current leaders of Madagascar for failing to respect the resolutions of Maputo....

South Africa: Julius Malema's Reverse Racism

While the antics of President Zuma have always generated intense and lively debate in the South African blogosphere, this time it is the controversial politician and the president of the...

South Africa: inappropriate content in the classroom stage

Ghana: Free visa for FIFA World Cup not so free

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