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· March, 2009

Stories about Senegal from March, 2009

France, Americas, Africa: The “Y'a Bon” Awards

On March 17th 2009, a group called les Indivisibles [Fr] launched the “Y'a Bon Awards”, a dubious honour bestowed upon politicians, journalists, or any public officials who have contributed to...

Senegal: One foot in Granada and the other in Dakar

Luna at Expatria is getting ready to move to Dakar, Senegal, “I am spending [time] with Senegalese migrants here in Spain: listening to their stories about Senegal, taking pictures of...

Africa: Mixta Africa

Learn about Mixta Africa from Emeka, “Mixta Africa's philosophy is to build safe, decent housing at competitive, transparent prices, in the minimum time and to international quality standards.”

Zambia: Journalists Need To Be Trained To Blog

The Ivorian blogger George Fominyen interviews the Lusaka based blogger Timothy Kasolo who argues that journalists need to be trained to be good bloggers.

Senegal: This Is Dakar

Ugandan blogger's impressions of Dakar, Senegal: I went out today to check out Dakar. Very beautiful place with a little bit of everything. European kind of narrow streets, arabic influenced...

International Women's Day: “All women are queens”

Yesterday was International Women's Day, and francophone bloggers around the world used music, poetry and art to honor the beauty, achievements, and continuing struggles of women.

Senegal: A new documentary: Democracy in Dakar

Ethan reviews a new documentary titled, Democracy In Dakar, “It’s not just a portrait of a country’s vibrant music scene – it’s the complicated story of how hiphop emerged as...

Africa: Winners of the First African Blog Award for Journalists Are…

The winners of Waxal - Blogging Africa Awards (BAA) have been announced. Waxal is an initiative of Panos Institute of West Africa (PIWA) with the partnership of Highway Africa and...

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