Extensive site about the music and culture of so far 12 peoples in Kenya. It is best to navigate via "tribes" or "index" in the black menu bar at the top of the site. The menu bar on the left hand side is somewhat confusing as you end up in the section for Turkana people by pressing on the "prehistory"-button under "Kenya" (instead of staying in the "Kenya general" menu). The author of this web site wrote the Rough Guides for Tanzania, Zanzibar and First Time Africa. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
According to its own statement, this is the "official" homepage of the government of Equatorial Guinea (probably new site, updated 2007; other old site of 2002). You can find information about the government, its institutions, news, the history of the country, its provinces, economy, sights, the different people of the country, Flora and Fauna etc. You can also find the text of the national anthem. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This site presents the results of a research about the relation between population, development and environment. You will find basic information about the three countries studied (Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia), data and statistics including their analysis, as well as full text publications on the topic. [editors ilissAfrica]
Information about geography, demography, Gambian first names and some maps of Gambia. The two maps under "Geography" do not work. Instead, you can use the links to different Gambian regions at the very bottom of the site. [editors ilissAfrica]
This site was created within the framework of the ThinkQuest Competition, in which students from all over the world can participate and build up a website for a topic they chose. This particular site was built up by students from the Ivory Coast, the Netherlands and the USA, who were 19 years old or younger. The site offers a very broad first approach to Africa which is quite well balanced. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Very rich site about the Mursis in Southern Ethiopia, including many fulltext documents, videos, photos and much more. Obviously, many articles were written by the anthopologue David Turton with the help of the Mursis Olisarali Olibwi and Olirege Rege. Unfortunately, there are no real credits for this site.
Website of the exhibition of the German Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne on urbanity in Africa (2010 / 2011) showcasing five African cities - Cairo (Egypt), Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of of the Congo) and Johannesburg (South Africa). You will find information on each city as well as on art projects from / about each city. Furthermore, you will find some excerpts of the exhibition catalogue. ... [editors ilissAfrica]