This is Africa (TIA) is a forum for Africans, by Africans, to reclaim our identity, our heritage and our continent’s rightful political, economic and cultural position in the globalised world and in the global consciousness. [according to site editor's information]
The interdisziplinary project "Media and cultural communication" of the University of Cologne wants to research questions of media evolution with a cultural studies focus. In project area C "Media discourses. The formation of observers", researcher Heike Behrend deals with "Local media practices and discourses: Nigerian video production and agency.". ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Bakwa grew out of the need to fill the lacuna of cultural and literary magazines in Cameroon, and champions a new dynamic Africa (at home as well as in the diaspora). As an online and off-line magazine, it covers cultural issues like art, photography, music, literature, fashion, cinema, and has a penchant for long-form creative nonfiction, reportage and literature. ... [according to site editor's information]
The international blogger network #AfricaBlogging is an online platform featuring a plurality of voices and views supporting democratic culture and debate in Sub-Saharan Africa. Founded in 2015 in Johannesburg, its members believe that blogs play a major role in providing information and diversity of opinion in Africa and they are committed to encouraging open debate on matters not adequately covered by traditional media [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Africa on the Blog is a multi-author blog by people of African heritage. The big deal for the blog is that its members as Africans are telling their stories in their own words as well as talking about issues that affect them. The blog wants to take its reader on a journey that transcends African culture, landscapes, ways of life, politics, food and international policy as it affects Africa as well as the occasional rant [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Ancient postcards from Burkina Faso, Cape Verde islands, former Dahomey, today Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania, Senegal, Niger, Mali, photos from the visit of the 1908 visit of the French Minister for Colonies, colonial posters of exhibitions, old and current bank notes from Zimbabwe. Moreover, the site offers general infirmation on Africa's history, economy, Fauna, important persons and more. The information can also be browsed by country. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
In2EastAfrica started 15th July 2010 as a pilot program to combine daily news from the East African Community (EAC) owing to the fact there was no existing site covering regional information for the Republics of Kenya; Uganda; Rwanda; Burundi; or the United Republic of Tanzania. If you are looking for daily newspapers online and information on local issues; politics; events; celebrations; people; business; culture; entertainment; activities; and events all are covered. ... [according to site editor's information]