Again, if you haven't already noticed, I've recently revamped the widget-based batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa--as well as the similar batches of Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related feeds. I'm still thinking about adding a batch concerning Nigeria (and/or possibly another country or two), but I'm still holding off on doing so, for the time being (for at least a couple of different reasons); that said, I do recommend the Nigerian-news aggregator "Turenchi" (which I mentioned recently).
Separately, over the past week or so, I've come across feeds for Voices for Sudan, One Million Bones' blog, the University of KwaZulu-Natal's Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity, the (U.S.) National Endowment for Democracy's "Democracy Digest", the semi-related African Democracy Forum, the African Refiners Association's separate English- and French-language sites, the Nobel Women’s Initiative, the standalone site for South Africa's "City Press" (which might have been launched recently; previously, the paper's site was housed on the main News24 site), Kenya's "Kuweni Serious", "University World News" (including its Africa edition), "Africa Link", Global Support Mission's "Home" and "Abroad" blogs, Sseko Designs' blog, Crafts by Youth's blog, the Rwanda Fair Trade Artisan's Association's blog, "Information Nigeria", the Nigerian community site RiRanWo!, Nigeria's Enough Is Enough Coalition, the blog for World Relief's "Next" project, Friends-International's "News" and "Stories from the Field" blogs, the revamped site for Global Witness (which I don't think I've mentioned already), the Skoll Foundation (which I also don't think I've mentioned already), and 350.org (which I also don't think I've mentioned already); in addition, the feeds for GI-Net's blog and Nigeria's "PM News" may have been repaired recently. (Some of these are thanks to Mr. Kristof, Mr. Okafor, "AfricaFiles", Enough, Save Darfur, "Reject Apathy", allAfrica, "Sharp Edge News", "Timmy Naija", and "Naija Headlines" [the last couple of which also link to/incorporate many other entertainment-related Nigerian sites].)
Updated (originally), on Tuesday, to also note feeds for "Arts in Africa", Open Source House's blog, Trashy Bags' blog, "Naijafeed" (which is another site that also links to several entertainment-related Nigerian sites), the bilingual (English/French) site of Canada's KAIROS, "CyberEthiopia", the eVentures Africa Fund, and the "North Africa Journal" (some of which are thanks to Mr. Okafor's other blog); updated (further), on Friday, to also note feeds for the Eastern African Journalists Association and Gregory Simpkins' blog (thanks to Global Voices); updated (again), on Saturday, to also note feeds for the bilingual (English/Portuguese) site of Angola's Maka--and to note the recently launched "Stop Gibe 3" coalition/petition site, as well as new BBC, "New York Times", "Guardian"/"Observer", AP, DPA, CNN, AFP, and Reuters stories (plus the largely related HRW press release and full report) concerning a previously unreported LRA massacre in DR Congo last December; updated (probably one last time), on Sunday (28 March), to note the feed for AidData's blog--as well as to note newer (and, in some cases, updated) "Times", "Daily Monitor", "New Vision", RFI, Reuters, UPI, CNN, Bloomberg, VOA (here and here), Al Jazeera, BBC, and AFP stories concerning the December LRA massacre in DR Congo (most of which are primarily about the HRW report, although some contain new quotes from MONUC officials); updated (more likely for the last time), on Monday (29 March), to note feeds for "Ethiopian News" and the Cluster Munition Coalition (which I may have mentioned before; thanks to Mr. Gerstle)--as well as to note newer UN News Service, BBC (here and here), VOA, RNW, AP, Reuters, IRIN, Xinhua, and AFP (here and here) stories concerning the December LRA massacre in DR Congo (most of which are at least somewhat about new comments by Ugandan officials and/or LRA spokespersons). - EJM