It looks like Widgets.cc has just dropped its free widgets; therefore, the batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa is again down--as are the similar Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related batches. This means that I'll need to find another replacement widget that's hopefully free.
Separately, over the past month, I've come across (or, in a few cases, was reminded of) feeds for the new IPS section for Africa stories, Italy's trilingual (Italian/Spanish/English) "Africa News", A24 Media Productions, NTV's main site, the bilingual (French/English) site of VoxAfrica, "In-Depth Africa", "Eritrea Chat", "AfriGadget", "African Agriculture", the bilingual (Dutch/English) "AfricaServer", Somaliland's "Horn" newspaper, the possibly revamped "Somaliland Today", what may be a revamped site for the "Namibia Economist", South Africa's "Destiny" and "Destiny Man" magazines, Free the Slaves' blog, the Alliance for Youth Movements, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Apitrade, "Apiconsult", Bees Abroad, the International Bee Research Association, the Tropical Health and Education Trust, Southern Ethiopia Gwent Health Link, the bilingual (Dutch/English) site of Viafrica, the Kaicombey Foundation, the Mama Makeka House of Hope's blog, the Africa Oxford Cancer Foundation's blog, "Cancer-Africa", the Mathiwos Wondu-YeEthiopia Cancer Society, OER Africa, ECIAfrica, the related South African International Business Linkages, the related South African Supplier Diversity Council's blog, Mindset Network, the Network of AIDS Researchers of Eastern and Southern Africa, the Regional AIDS Training Network, the ARCAN Project, the Mission for Essential Drugs & Supplies, HIFA2015, Uganda's Infectious Diseases Institute, the Kenya Institute of Education, the Kenya Institute of Administration, the Kenya Institute of Special Education, the Kenya Association of Professional Counsellors, the Mananga Management Centre, the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, Norway's Rainbow Foundation, Pray Now Zimbabwe, what may be a relaunched site for Restoration of Human Rights, the official site of Zimbabwe's Constitution Select Committee, the related (but unofficial) "Talk Constitution Zimbabwe", the Zimbabwe Diaspora Development Chamber, the new site of the UK's Zimbabwe Association, the Mthwakazi Action Group, the Tonga.Online Project, the Zimbabwe Diaspora Development Interface, Zimbabwe Health Training Support, WEZIMBABWE, the Zimbabwe Network for Health, Project Zimbabwe, Africa Development Corps (which may supplant Visions in Action), and Terrill and Amber Schrock's blog. In addition, I've come across region- and/or country-specific feeds for the "Epoch Times", RFI, and "OilVoice"; also, the UK's "Guardian" appears to have added region-specific "roundup" sections/feeds to its country-specific ones.
On another note, "Sudan Tribune" is now an official content provider for allAfrica--although some of its reports also still are appearing on ReliefWeb. Finally, I guess I never did plug David Axe's recent trip to DR Congo. (Updated [originally], on Saturday, to also note feeds for what may be a revamped site for Voices for Sudan, the revamped site of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting [which I had been forgetting to mention], the International Peace Institute, South Africa's "Personal Finance" magazine, what may be a recently revamped site for South Africa's "Financial Mail", South Africa's OFM, South Africa's YFM, South Africa's Heart 104.9 FM, South Africa's Voice of the Cape, GreaterGood South Africa, and Tshikululu Social Investments; updated [further], on Sunday [7 November], to also note feeds for an apparently revamped site for "From the Old" [which I don't think I've mentioned] and "African Scene" [which essentially supplants the old "Commentary South Africa"]; updated [yet again], on Monday [8 November], to also note feeds for what may be a recently revamped site for Uganda's "Red Pepper".) - EJM