African Newspapers in the Classroom – African Media
- African Arguments
- African Center for Strategic Studies
- Africa is a Country – a site of media criticism, analysis, and new writing
- All Africa.com (formally Africa News). All Africa.com carries regularly updated news stories, primarily from African presses
- Daily Maverick
- Mail & Guardian
- News Directory -Lists by country all African newspapers which have websites.
- Teaching About African Crisis in the K-12 Classroom -Most of the news stories featured in the U.S. and western press focus on crises in Africa . At Exploring Africa we are dedicated to helping educators and students obtain a more balanced perspective on Africa . However, we do not suggest that educators and students ignore crises in Africa , but that they address these crises through a more thorough, balanced, and nuanced investigation than the western press normally offers its readers and viewers. We offer the following suggestions for investigating and addressing African crises in your classrooms.
- American Media:
- Other Media on Africa
The BBC Africa Desk offers print versions of stories carried by the British Broadcasting Service about Africa (updated several times a day).
- Le Monde
Integrated Regional Information Network of the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. This news service provides daily up-dates from all regions in Africa.
- Thu - Apr 25, 2019: South Africa: President Cyril Ramaphosa - Bestowal of 2019 National Orders - AllAfrica News: Latest
[Govt of SA] Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the occasion of the bestowal of the 2019 National Orders, Sefako Makgatho Guest House, Tshwane
- Thu - Apr 25, 2019: Malaria: Africa pilots world's first vaccine in major trial - BBC News - Africa
Initial testing of the vaccine, developed over 30 years, has shown a prevention rate of nearly 40%.
- Thu - Apr 25, 2019: Egypt Coptic monks sentenced to death for killing bishop - BBC News - Africa
Two defrocked Coptic Christian monks carried out the murder in an Egyptian monastery in 2018.
- Thu - Apr 25, 2019: Mozambique: Mozambique - Cyclone Victims Forced to Trade Sex for Food - AllAfrica News: Latest
[HRW] The Mozambique authorities should urgently investigate and appropriately prosecute alleged sexual exploitation of Cyclone Idai victims by local officials, Human Rights Watch said today. Hunger and destruction caused by the cyclone have left hundreds of thousands of women vulnerable to abuse.
- Thu - Apr 25, 2019: South Africa: Former Sasol Coal Miners Claim More Than R80 Million for Coal-Related Illnesses - AllAfrica News: Latest
[GroundUp] Twenty-two former underground miners are claiming more than R80 million in damages from Sasol Coal after they contracted serious lung and other diseases as a result of years of inhaling coal dust while working in underground coal mines.