Again, if you haven't already noticed, the widget-based batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa has recently been revamped--as have the similar batches of Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related feeds. It's still possible that I may add some additional feeds soon; however, it's looking more likely that I'll hold off for some time.
Separately, over the past couple of weeks, I've come across feeds for: the "Stories from Darfur" blog; the semi-related Salam Project; Rock 'n' Raise's blog; the "ConflictVoice" blog; Imuhira; the "Conflict Minerals" blog; Kambale Musavuli's related blog; Makeda Crane's related blog; Africa Action's newly relaunched site; "Africa Review" (Nation Media Group's pan-Africa news site, which may have been launched recently); Botswana's "Business Diary"; the "Pan-African Medical Journal"; "USAfrica"; African Scholar; Oilwatch Africa; Kenya's Bunge La Mwananchi; South Africa's Anti-Privatisation Forum; Ghana's Danquah Institute; the West Africa Advanced School of Theology; the "Africa Media Network"; the related Ghana ICT Journalists Association; Ghana's Kwame Nkramah United Africa Foundation; the Child Rights Information Network (which I may have mentioned before); "Toward Freedom"; "Women's eNews" (which I may have mentioned before); "Ethio-Trade"/"Ethiopian Information Source"; the bilingual (English/French) site for Canada's Inter Pares; the bilingual (English/French) site for Development and Peace (the Canadian arm of Caritas); the bilingual (English/German) site for the Bonn International Center for Conversion; the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy; the UK's Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility; Platform's blog; True Nature Design's blog; Clowns Without Borders' U.S., South Africa, and Ireland sites; Legacy World Missions' blog; Help and Save Africa's blog; Literacy Bridge's blog; the Global Fund for Children's blog; Humanity for Children; MedShare's blog; the Empower Campaign's blog; the Horn of Africa Sick Children's Charity; All-Star Kids; Kids Across Africa Camps; Give a Kid a Backpack's blog; Orphans Africa; Global Volunteers' various blogs; United Planet's blog; the MacDella Cooper Foundation; Our Reading Spaces' blog; Children's Surgery International's various blogs; Smile Train; the Greenheart Travel/Center for Cultural Interchange blogs; the Korle-Bu Foundation/Korle-Bu Neuroscience Clubs; Botswana's African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnerships; These Numbers Have Faces' blog; the Elias Fund; the related Dispatch Foundation; the related 1010 Project; and Forgotten Voices International's blog--as well as the Nigerian news/media sites Galaxy Television, the "Desert Herald", the "Weekly Insight", the "News Star", "Business Hallmark", "Century Newsfront", "NigerianNews", and the "Nigerian Bulletin" (which I may have mentioned before). (Many of these are thanks to Global Voices, Enough, OBS, ReliefWeb, allAfrica, AfricaFiles, Mr. Okafor, Mr. Zuckerman, All for Africa, Reject Apathy, and Nigeria Masterweb.)
Updated (originally), on Tuesday, to also note feeds for the bilingual (Arabic/English) site of Girifna (which I've been forgetting to mention), the "Coburn Say Yes" campaign's blog (which I've also been forgetting to mention), Women of Hope International's blog, "Wake Up Ghana", and "Ghana Mma"--as well as the dedicated feeds for IWPR's Sudan-, DR Congo-, and Uganda-related radio programs (which I've also been forgetting to mention; updated (again), also on Tuesday, to note that I've made some formatting/layout changes to most of my posts from over the past year, so that the updates are now (like in this post) in a separate paragraph; updated (further), on Thursday, to also note feeds for Project 7, the somewhat-bilingual (French/English) site of CILSS, Cori Stern's blog, Children Mending Hearts' (largely DR Congo-related) blog (thanks to the Creative Visions Foundation), International Bridges to Justice, Forced Migration Online's blog, South Africa's "Grocott's Mail", and The Gambia's "Foroyaa" (which may have added feeds to its site recently); updated (likely for the last time), on Saturday, to also note feeds for Watoto's blog (which I overlooked earlier) and the "Accra Mail" (which may have revamped its site recently); updated (much more likely for the last time), on Sunday (7 March), to also note the feed for the blog "Nkpuhe" (from the African Institution of Technology); updated (almost certainly for the last time), also on Sunday (7 March), to note feeds for what appears to be a newly relaunched site for Nigeria's "Champion"--as well as for Nigeria's "Business Day", "Daily Trust", "Punch", "Newswatch", "Vanguard", "Tribune", "Nation", "This Day", "National Daily", "Compass", and "NEXT" (all of which may have also added [or modified] feeds fairly recently, although I may have also already mentioned them; unfortunately, I haven't been able to keep very close, regular tabs on the sites of most Nigerian publications); updated (hopefully one last time), on Monday (8 March), to get out of the way a few additional feeds of Nigeria-news sites (some of which I may have already mentioned, although I'm avoiding including ones that I know I've mentioned before)--Coastal News, NewsBreaksNow, "Leadership", Sahara Reporters, and the "Times of Nigeria" (although its feed has the newest items listed at the bottom); updated (just short of definitely one last time), on Tuesday (9 March), to also note the feed for eXile international's blog (which I should have mentioned earlier)--as well as to note that Change.org's "Genocide" section has been folded into their new "Human Rights" one, and that Sen. Coburn has agreed to release his hold on the "LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act"; updated (again, just short of definitely one last time), on Wednesday (10 March), to also note feeds for the African Reflections Foundation, the Tanzania Natural Resource Forum, Nharo!'s blog, the Nigeria Leadership Initiative, "Naija News and Events", and the Nigerian-news aggregator "Turenchi"--as well as to note that Enough is about to release a report alleging that LRA rebels currently have a "safe haven" in Darfur. - EJM