This website is "dedicated to the critique, record and reflection on contemporary African cultures expressed in Portuguese language, producing texts and offering French and English translations." [übersetzt]
Portal on Angola. Each category in the menu bar on the left hand side has its own portal with a lot of articles on Angola's history, geography, art and culture, economy, politics and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
Website from Kenya that publishes articles on arts, culture and society. According to their own statement, articles are published on the following (anglophone, eastern and southern African) countries: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan, Rwanda, Somalia, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Seychelles, Reunion, Mauritius, Mayotte, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia....
The Arts of Africa Digital Collection (Les Arts d'Afrique) is a demonstration collection of art works and artifacts from the African continent, and, mostly from private collections. This collection provides access to high resolution images while simulating museum viewing by allowing each object to be seen in the round 360 degrees. ... [according to site editor's information]
Kongo across the Waters focuses on an African culture with considerable historical depth, first documented at the end of the fifteenth century in and around the kingdom of Kongo in West Central Africa. Through the trans-Atlantic slave trade, Kongo contributed importantly to the formation of African American cultures. On both sides of the Atlantic, Kongo culture responded to different opportunities and pressures and produced remarkable objects of art that bear the imprint of their time. Kongo across the Waters was developed to highlight a milestone in the history of African presence in North America and provide an important complement to Viva Florida 500,a program commemorating 500 years of European presence in Florida. ... [according to site editor's information]
Welcome to Africa Matters. My name is Diana Newton-Smith and this website is my way of sharing my passion for Africa with you. I am responsible for the content I post and all the images (photography and art) you see here are my own. My blogs have one purpose: to inspire you (especially if you have no ties to Africa and/or have never been there) to care about Africa and, if your life's circumstances permit, to get involved, in one way or another, in spreading the word that "Africa matters". ... [according to site editor's information]