I have been able to relaunch the batch of RSS feeds of news from Africa--as well as the similar batches of Sudan-, DR Congo-, Somalia-, and Zimbabwe-related feeds. However, instead of using third-party widgets, I went ahead and settled on "official" Google News Web Elements and allAfrica Headline Modules; this means that the other feeds that I had been using are no longer available. There may be some formatting/layout issues that I may need to deal with, but the new displays of feeds do appear to be fully functional. (Again, "Sudan Tribune" is now an official allAfrica content provider; therefore, its reports will be showing up there regularly.)
Separately, I've been fortunate, over the past few days, to have been able to dig up several Sudan-specific, news-related feeds, for the Sudan Catholic Radio Network, the related Bakhita Radio, the (U.S.-based) "South Sudan News Agency", the "Nile Buffalo Gazette", what may be a revamped site for the (state-controlled) Sudanese Media Center, what may be a revamped site for the Gurtong Trust, and "Sudan Decides"--as well as the personal blogs of Maggie Fick, Alan Boswell, Peter Martell, Pete Muller, and Jenn Warren. In addition, please do check out their blogrolls/links, in order to find out about other sites concerning (primarily) Southern Sudan--some of which I have mentioned in the past.
Updated (originally), on Tuesday, to also note feeds for the Ayual Community Development Association, the Abek Community Development Program, the "Lost Boys of the Sudan, United!" Ning network, the "Lost Boys Weblog", and Kids Caring 4 Kids; updated (further), on Wednesday, to also note feeds for the Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance's primary and Ethiopia sites, the Carana Corporation, the related "West Africa Trade Hub", the related "Borderless", the related Cashew International/African Cashew Alliance blog, the related "AfricaNow!", the related "Agribusiness and Trade Promotion" site, and "Western Sahara Resource Watch"; updated (likely for the last time), on Saturday (20 November), to also note the feed for HELP Children/HELP Malawi. - EJM