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· February, 2011

Stories about South Africa from February, 2011

Africa: Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou

Boukari Ouédraogo wrote [Fr] on his blog: ” The 22nd edition of the Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou will take place in Ouagadougou from February 26th to March...

Africa: Gaddafi, Mandela and “African Mercenaries”

Woyingi reflects on Gaddafi, Mandela and “African mercenaries”: “Nelson Mandela was instrumental in helping Gaddafi resolve the Lockerbie Affair and regain easy relations with countries like Britain and the United...

South Africa: JamiiX set to be the next Ushahidi

South Africa’s JamiiX looks set to be the next Ushahidi to emerge onto a global stage from the African continent. While Ushahidi uses social media and mobile communications very cleverly...

Africa: Tributes to Pan-African leaders and revolutionaries

Have you heard Didier Awadi's tributes to Pan-African African leaders and revolutionaries. The Senegalese DJ, Didier Awadi ,is one of the most highly respected African musicians.

South Africa: Tweets from Internet Freedom Workshop

Follow tweets from Internet Freedom workshop taking place in South Africa.

Africa: Will there be “Jasmine Revolution” in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Bloggers in Africa are commenting on series of protests taking place in Egypt and Tunisia. Could this kind of popular uprising happen in Sub-Saharan Africa?

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