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The Canadian Translation Bureau offers a Pan-African Glossary on Women and Development with 215 terms in each of the following languages: French, Creole, Fulfulde, Lingala, Mandingue, Swahili and English. [according to site editor’s information] [changed]
The website publishes articles about mainly political but also other issues (historical, society, ...) of the Nigerian federal states Edo and Delta ("Midwest Region"). Furthermore you will find many links to other interesting Nigerian websites. A further thematical focus is on the artificially created language "Guosa". Its advocates talk about the language as possible future lingua franca for Nigeria and neighbouring countries. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the organisation. Unfortunately, many links lead to empty pages. You will find some information on statistics, achievements and news about society in Zambia.
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Homepage of the Women's University in Africa - Zimbabwe. [editors ilissAfrica]
Ankara Press is a new imprint bringing African romance fiction into the bedrooms, offices and hearts of women all over the world. Their mission is to publish a new kind of romance, in which the thrill of fantasy is alive but realised in a healthier and more grounded way. Their stories feature young, self-assured and independent women who work, play and, of course, fall madly in love in vibrant African cities from Lagos to Cape Town. ... [according to site editor's information]
Storymoja is a Kenyan publisher based in Nairobi. On Storymoja's website, you will get an idea of Kenyan literary scene and on literature published by Storymoja. There are free short stories, a competition for the short story of the week, informations and interviews with authors, a blog, reports about events organised by the publisher and much more. ... [editors ilissAfrica]