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Private homepage about Malawi by Matt Dearing. Especially the interviews he made are interesting: with former Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs under Bakili Maluzi's administration, persons involved in sports (women's soccer, sports education for children), education (orphanage, AIDS orphans), scholars, the church, the police, everyday people (introductory text + videos). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Statistical data about the Seychelles from1997, published by the Management & Information Systems Division of the Seychelles: general data, GDP, retail, trade, transport, health, education, utility, etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
"The World Report series is a biennial report series that reports on the state of the world in terms of freedom of access to information, freedom of expression and related issues." You will find a country-oriented map interface and a question-oriented interface. The report will give you information on the amount of libraries in a specific country, on internet users and other things.
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Small but qualitatively good overview about Simbabwe, partly with texts from known scholars. Interesting for example: songtexts by Thomas Mapfumo with English translations and analysis. [editors ilissAfrica]
Virtual Library with a lot of full text documents (books, journals), photographs, drawings, engravings from / about lusophon African countries, mostly during colonial times. Some full texts are in English. [editors ilissAfrica]
INHEA is a network that functions as information source about higher education in Africa. [editors ilissAfrica]