Unfortunately, the various widget-based RSS feeds of news from Africa have, at least temporarily, been removed--as the widgets on that page had started to not load/display correctly. The page itself still exists as a placeholder--and the widgets should be re-added to it, if the technical issues can be resolved. In addition, this does not affect the Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related batches of feeds (which are still loading/displaying correctly).
Separately, since the last update, I've come across feeds for Africa Matters Limited, AfricaTimesNews, the African Politics Portal, the Middle East/North Africa Financial Network, Menassat, CIPACO (and the related site Haayo), the Zambia/DR Congo-related blog "From Kala", Nigeria's "Osun Defender", Ayo Johnson's blog, Emin Pasha's "Congo Resources" blog, Conrad Dube Mwanawashe's (Zimbabwe-related) blog, the Southern Sudan-related blog "Thirsty Palmetto", Scott Sutton's (Chad/Darfur-related) blog, and Mimz' (Sudan-related) blog. (Updated originally, on Sunday, to also note the following aid-worker blogs [all thanks to "The Road to the Horizon", which also features a related aggregator]: "Congolese Dawn", Margaret Aguirre's (Chad-related) blog, and the Sudan-related "Martyns in Africa"; updated further, also on Sunday, to note the feed for Mission Together Africa; updated still further, also on Sunday, to note the largely Central Africa-related blog "Mo’dernity, Mo’problems".)
In addition, Glenna Gordon has started a list of foreign correspondents in Africa who blog, and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights has an online petition calling on President Obama to appoint a regional envoy to deal with Sudan, Chad, and CAR.
Finally, concerning the aftermath of the recent ICC decision to issue an arrest warrant for President Bashir, Ingrid has been posting many, many items, and Enough's blog has also been providing regular updates. (Due to both time constraints and a desire to focus on the humanitarian impact of the subsequent expulsion of NGOs, I've been limiting myself so far to posting updates, via comments, to Change.org's "Humanitarian Relief" blog.) - EJM