It looks like Grazr has just announced that it's discontinuing its widgets; therefore, the batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa--as well as the similar batches of Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related feeds--will be unavailable until I post some replacements. (I do have some possibilities lined up; however, I want to test them out--and see if I can dig up any others--before making a final decision.)
Separately, over the past month, I've come across (or, in some cases, been reminded of) feeds for Magdi El Gizouli's blog, the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect, "Darfurian Voices" (affiliated with 24 Hours for Darfur), the John Dau Foundation's blog, the Sudanese Association for Northern California, what may be a recently revamped/relaunched site for the Darfur People’s Association of New York, "Africa Latest News", the Ethiopian Unity Diaspora Forum, what may be a newly revamped/relaunched site for the "Sowetan", the bilingual (Arabic/English) site of Egypt's "Al-Masry Al-Youm", Protect Planet Ocean's blog, The Nature Conservancy (especially its global blog), Christian Solidarity Worldwide's main/UK site, International Christian Concern, the Jubilee Campaign's main/UK site, the Barnabas Fund, the Mennonite Central Committee, the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, Christian Leaders for Africa's blog, Lisa Harris's blog (affiliated with African Outreach Ministries), African Leadership, African Enterprise, Advancing Native Missions' blog, the Congo Initiative's individual blogs, Mtelo Ministries, ZanaAfrica's blog, Bawa La Tumaini, Transform Kenya's blog, the Africa Center for Apologetics Research, Micah Challenge International, Integral Mission, Prison Fellowship International, the multilingual site of Germany's Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst, the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding's Nigeria office (I may have mentioned the main WANEP site before), the African Services Committee, Medical Bridges' blog, Millennium Promise's blog, Catalytic Communities, Health Alliance International, Columbia University's Earth Institute, Heart for Ethiopia's blog, Trans World Radio's various blogs, FEBA's UK site, Upward's South Africa site, New Tribes Mission, Serving in Mission's various sites and related blogs, Water Missions International, African Childrens Haven's blog, Kenya's Kids In Need's blog, ClearWater Initiative's blog, the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, Child Family Health International's blog, the Women's Funding Network's blog, the African Women's Development Fund, In Defense of Animals' blog, Jubilee USA Network's blog, PeacePlayers International's blog, the Sports Outreach Institute, World Orphans' blog, the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children, Kenya's Bible Translation & Literacy, JAARS, Youth with a Mission, Children's HopeChest, the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging's blog, E+Co's blog, Oasis's UK site, UrbanPromise International, Bob Blincoe's blog (affiliated with Frontiers' U.S. office), Heart for Africa's blog, the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction's blog, Interserve's various sites, Reaching Souls International, the WILD Foundation, Global Service Corps' various blogs, Global Citizens Network, the Akilah Institute for Women, the Moremi Initiative's blog, Sanctuary of Moses's blog, Africa's Children's Fund, Joe Sciarrillo's blog (affiliated with the African Advocacy Network), Sparkseed, the Global Micro-Clinic Project, Organic Health Response, Kageno's blog, ELI Africa's blog, Africa Christian Ministries' blog, African Aid Ministry, the University of Southern Somalia, the Pan-African Association, the Pan African Film and Arts Festival, "End 4 Hunger" (affiliated with Freedom from Hunger), One Change, Feed His Lambs (affiliated with World Outreach Ministry Foundation), and charity: water's blog.
(Several of these are thanks to Aid for Africa--as well as to basic searches of [primarily] Charity Navigator and Independent Charities of America. Due to some constraints, these do not include current members/partners of Mission Network News; see also the listing of Africa-related MNN stories.)
Updated (originally), on Tuesday, to also note feeds for Global Hope Network International, Oasis's South Africa site (separate from the UK site, above), and the African Youth Development Foundation's blog and Ning networks; updated (further), also on Tuesday, to note feeds for the Affero Project, Lifesong for Orphans' blog, Lifewater International's blog, and Five Talents International's blog; updated (possibly one last time), on Friday, to also note feeds for Irene Gleeson's blog (affiliated with Childcare Kitgum Servants), the Affordable Housing Institute's blogs, the Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uganda, the Grameen Foundation's various sites and blogs, ShoreCap Exchange Corporation, TransFair USA, Women's World Banking, World Relief Canada, World Vision's South Africa and (regional) Africa sites, Brian Branch's blog (affiliated with the World Council of Credit Unions), Microfinance Information Exchange, Conservation International, Mennonite Economic Development Associates' various blogs, DOOR International, Development Associates International's (similar) U.S. and UK blogs, Mission to Children, Neverthirst Water's blog, Partners International's blog, Transformational Ventures, WorldVenture (including "Missions on the Frontline"), Village Schools International, and "Solo Kinshasa" (most of which are thanks to the SEEP Network and "Ministry Spotlight"); updated (hopefully for the last time), on Sunday (8 August), to clarify/expand the references to the Grameen Foundation, Conservation International, Development Associates International, and WorldVenture in Friday's update, as well as to note various individual blogs for missionaries of Global Outreach International (which I probably won't have the time to compile separately); updated (almost certainly for the last time), also on Sunday (8 August), to note feeds for Nurturing Orphans of Aids for Humanity and CHABHA; updated (all but definitely for the last time), also on Sunday (8 August), to note feeds for the Children in Distress Network, Homes for Kids in South Africa, Ingwavuma Orphan Care, and World Action for Humanity. - EJM