"Worldreader.org’s mission is to make digital books available to all in the developing world". A pilot project was initiated in Ghana. The website offers you information and reports on the project. [editors ilissAfrica]
The Tanzanian Blog Awards site offers a long list of Tanzanian blogs. Unfortunately, the list ist not (yet?) sorted by categories. Only the nominated blogs can be browsed by category. The winning blogs are voted for online by the users of the website.The site offers articles in Swahili as well as in English. [editors ilissAfrica]
ITNewsAfrica.com is an african ICT News and information website. They serve a niche audience within the Information Technology sector and have established as must-visit destination for top ICT professionals & business people. [according to site editor's information]
"For fourteen years the Highway Africa conference has been at the centre of Africa’s debates on journalism and new media. The conference has over the years become the largest annual gathering of African journalists in the world." You will find a lot of information on the current conference, some information on past conferences can be found under "news". The "research" section offers you some free e-books concerning media and journalism in Africa (content see table of contents)....
CIPESA is an initiative to help Africans to better understand the policy-making processes that affect them, especially in the area of information and communications technology (ICT) and development. Its objectives are to raise awareness about key issues, provide useful information to assist African participation in policy-making, and stir debate by sparking discussion and convening productive gatherings.
CIPESA's mission is to increase the capacity of East and Southern African stakeholders to participate in international ICT policy-making. The aim is to promote the effective representation of African interests in international policy-making processes. ... [according to site editor's information]
Students of the Axel Springer Akademie for journalism chose an imaginative way of reporting about the FIFA football world cup. They collect data from the social web, like twitter, blogs, facebook, youtube, etc. to write their articles. Hence, they say, "We get you closer to South Africa than any classic report ever could. We do not only present news, we present feelings and perceptions". ... [editors ilissAfrica]
According to his own statement, the author of this Twitter account lists "African Twitter users". As also non-African users are listed, what (also) counts seems to be the "African content" of the Tweets.
The author grew up in Kenya and the Sudan and is a web-technology professional. Therefore, the focus of his blog is on new information and communication technologies (ICT) in Africa. You will find many interesting articles about "Internet and Africa", "mobile phones and Africa" or "inventions from Africa". Furthermore, you will also find a "calendar of African technology events". ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"Interest in language technology research for African languages has seen a tremendous increase in recent years. This is marked by the growing availability of digital corpora, dictionaries and tools for many (formerly) resource-scarce African languages. The AfLaT website aims to catalogue these resources for the benefit of researchers interested in African language technology.AfLaT.org contains a steadily growing collection of bibliographic resources, web links and tools, provided by AfLaT members." ... [according to site editor’s information]