In the wake of the relaunch of "RSS Feeds of News from Africa", I've gone ahead and relaunched the similar batches of Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related feeds--also using Grazr. As part of the relaunch, I've decided to (for now, at least) focus on what I consider to be the three most-important sites for such feeds: Google News, ReliefWeb, and allAfrica. (On a side note, one of the benefits of using Grazr for Google News feeds is that the expand/collapse function allows for full listings of story clusters to be displayed within the widget.) I may add some other feeds fairly soon--and possibly similar batches for another country or two--but likely won't add a whole lot more.
Separately, over the past week, I've come across feeds for the recently relaunched "Sudan Tribune" site (some of whose stories are now being regularly reprinted on ReliefWeb), the Sudan-American Foundation for Education, "Oromo Index", the bilingual Eritrea-news site "Meseley", "Uganda News & Information", the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, the "Kenya Democracy Project", Nigeria's "Economic Confidential", Solidar, IQsensato, the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership, "Siyanda", the Center for Global Development (including the related Carbon Monitoring for Action's blog), the UK's Doctors for Africa, the "West Africa Doctors Network", "MyWeku", and Share the World's Resources. - EJM