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· April, 2008

Stories about South Africa from April, 2008

South Africa: Announcing Tech Leader

South Africa: Serious blogging arrives

South Africa: Ideas for Muti 2.0

South Africa: Jacob Zuma – marketer of the year

South Africa: Should South Africans boycott Chinese products?

South Africa: Be a guest blogger on SA Rocks

Zimbabwe: “Free Zim” graffiti in South Africa

Zimbabwe: Post-election violence on the rise

The election crisis in Zimbabwe continues: there are reports from the mainstream media, bloggers and human rights organisations about state organised post-election violence against supporters of the opposition, the opposition...

Green Global Voices on Earth Day 2008

Bloggers celebrated Earth Day on April 22 by posting their thoughts on what the day means, others did a roundup of articles, some shared reading lists and others mused about...

Kenya/Nigeria/South Africa: Top Visited Sites

South Africa: Webby Award for Thought Leader

South Africa: The Praise and Fall of Thabo Mbeki

South African President, Thabo Mbeki, is keeping bloggers increasingly active with his recent position on the situation in Zimbabwe, and bloggers are taking him to task. Here's a run-down of...

South Africa: Mbeki, No Crisis in Zimbabwe?

South African Bloggers are up in arms regarding the recent events in Zimbabwe as well as President Thabo Mbeki's statement recently that “There is no crisis in Zimbabwe”. This is...

Zimbabwe: Questioning Mbeki's power

The South African Blog Awards

On April 2nd, The South African Blog Awards were held in Cape Town to a great turnout of bloggers and also some very inspired winners. This is a summary of...

South Africa: Deep roots of AIDS denialism

South Africa: SA Blog Awards 2008

South Africa: Skewed media coverage

South Africa: Dancing to keep out of trouble

Qatar: On the Road to Victory

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