This is a collection of information relative to more than one nation on the African Continent and to the African Diaspora as well. See also Bridge Blog Index#Africa.
NGOs and Non-profits in Africa Edit
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Other blogs Edit
- araptirop an African History grad student backpacking through East Africa: travelogue, reportage and extensive 'how to' section.
- eBeefs insightful and irreverent blog on African and international affairs from progressive, leftist perspective.
- Franceglobal blog in french about Former french colonies.
- African Dictators a source for news, information and commentary about African dictators.
- Arjen Westra, freelance correspondent(*)
- My book of rai blog and cuisine algerienne()
Multi- author English language blog about culture, art, food, travel, architecture, literature. Primary writer is French born Algerian who is a culinary instructor. Other writers include Clifford Wright, Paula Wolfert, Rachel Lauden with more writers signing up weekly
- Africa Unchained (*)
- A platform for analysing and contributing to the issues and solutions raised by George Ayittey's latest book 'Africa Unchained'.
- [http:globalclashes.com global clashes] Information to avoid a clash of civilizations
- African Update a source for news, information, commentary, and discussion about Africa.
- Africabeat Features news clips and commentary on political, social, and cultural happenings in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Annansi Chronicles Annansi Chronicles reports on the styles, trends, and individuals ushering in a contemporary definition of Africa..
- Investing in Africa A running conversation on news and developments in Africa's stock markets.
KameelahWrites: Political commentary, analysis and satire on Africa, South Africa and the African Diaspora. Written by a 21-year old (orthodox) Black Muslim woman born in America (but not American identifying, rather diasporically identifying), living in Johannesburg completing independent research.
- The Sojourner Dispatch from Jamison Wiggins and Aubrey Graham: Two Africanists sojourn through Central and Southern Africa.