"The George Fortune Collection at the Smathers is a rich resource of African languages and linguistics for Southern Africa, including major holdings for Shona, Nguni (Ndebele, Zulu, and Xhosa) and Sotho, the principal Southern Bantu linguistic groups. Materials span the years 1868-1983 and include some 1,800 items. The collection also includes a significant complement of Central and Eastern Bantu materials and a component of West African language materials." Some of the materials were digitised, you can find them online under: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/fortune/all. [according to site editor's information] ... [supplemented]
Full text articles by Prof. Lipski (The Pennsylvania State University) about different variations of Spanish around the world, also in Equatorial Guinea. Furthermore, there are a few articles about Portuguese in Africa (esp. Angola). [editors ilissAfrica]
H-Africa encourages discussion of Africa's history, culture, and African studies generally. Africanists of all disciplines are encouraged to subscribe. (...) H-Africa reviews scholarly books efficiently and competently. Our reviews, of great value to scholars, increasingly are read more widely than other review forums. ... [according to site editor's information]
Dr. Maho from the Department of Oriental and African Languages at the University Of Gothenburg (Göteborg) presents many links and his own fulltext documents in the field of African philology and linguistics (see: Papers & Downloads and WebAL - Web Resources For African Languages). [editors ilissAfrica]
Scientific Association that deals with the former Portuguese colonies and Lusophonie. Besides information on publications, conferences and the like, you will find their journal "Lusotopie". The fulltext of the articles can be accessed for the issues between 1995-2004. As from 2005 on, access is subject to a fee.
Blog of the researcher Marques who writes his PhD on "Between oaks and 'mulembas': Invention, distance and representations of Angola in the Portuguese colonial novel (1926-1961)". The blog deals with Portuguese colonialism in general, and with the literature that was written in those African colonies between 1926 and 1961 in particular.
Information and programme of the 3rd International Conference on Bantu Languages. You will also find the two links to the previous conferences. The 4th conference was cancelled due to several reasons, see: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/events/bantu4/index.htm. [editors ilissAfrica]
This site has some interesting links and above all the text: "Afrolusitanistik im deutschsprachigen Raum: Geschichte und Gegenwart einer Grenzdisziplin" (Afro-Lusophone Studies in German speaking countries: Past and Present of a border discipline) by M. Perl, University of Mainz, Germany. This overview also contains a bibliography. ... [editors ilissAfrica]