At the grasslands of Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Swaziland
observed by Jane Goodall Institute researchers in Gombe National Park, Tanzania
Found in Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
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Here’s just a short list of some of the African aggregators and blog portals that are available.
Source: Norwegian Council for Africa
The proliferation and adoption of mobile phones and social media technologies presents new ways of capturing conversations surrounding critical events in real-time. This allows researchers, analysts, and first-responders to explore ...
Source: Blog D8A Group
The Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) has today announced the dates for its third annual Kenyan Blog Awards. The awards reward bloggers that post on a regular basis, have great ...
Source: Soko Directory
Islamist militants in Somalia have issued a directive banning companies from providing internet services. The al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab group has given firms 15 days to shut down mobile internet and fibre ...
Aguil Lual Blunt (@AguilB), a South Sudanese-American fellow tweep, graciously compiled a list of South Sudanese on twitter who were tweeting on events in South Sudan as they unfolded.
Source: Lesley on Africa
Protesters armed with knives and sticks have stormed the building of Libya's largest internet provider in the capital, Tripoli. Some 150 people forced employees of the state-owned internet provider, the ...
Strengthening civil society can benefit everyone, argues Loren Treisman. Social entrepreneurs in Africa, like Nigeria's Co-Creation Hub, are developing businesses and initiatives that tackle social challenges.
Fresh off the latest round of controversy regarding when and where it’s appropriate to take a photo of yourself, President Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister ...
Source: Washington Post
Police in Egypt have arrested a prominent activist accused of calling for protests in defiance of a new law restricting demonstrations. The blogger Alaa Abdul Fattah took part in a ...
WhiteAfrican looks at four areas concerning blogging in Kenya: 1. Why we blog 2. My rules for blogging 3. Things that are bothering me in the Kenyan blogosphere 4. Using ...