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African Newspapers
Posted: Tuesday, April 9, 2002

Accra Mail (Accra)
A bi-weekly newspaper published Monday and Thursday

Addis Tribune (Addis Ababa)
Business-oriented weekly from the Ethiopian capital

African Eye News Service (Nelspruit)
Independent investigative news agency focusing on south-eastern Africa

African Soccer Magazine (London)
Africa's leading monthly football magazine
Archive only Aug 2000 - Jun 2001

Altervision (Abidjan)

L'Avenir (Kinshasa)

Business Day (Johannesburg)
South Africa's major business-oriented daily

Cairo Press Review (Cairo, Egypt)
Daily summary of the Egyptian Press

Cape Argus (Cape Town)
Major afternoon daily in South Africa's legislative capital

Concord Times (Freetown)
Independent daily from Sierra Leone

The Daily News (Harare)
A national daily published by the Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe

The Daily Observer (Banjul)
Daily independent newspaper from Gambia

Daily Trust (Abuja)
Abuja based daily newspaper focused on northern Nigerian affairs.

The East African (Nairobi)
Business-oriented regional weekly from the Nation Group

The East African Standard (Nairobi)

Expo Times (Freetown)
Fortnightly news from Sierra Leone
Archive only Sep 1998 - Jun 2001

Financial Gazette (Harare)
Weekly business coverage of Zimbabwe and southern African

Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra)
Weekly newspaper published in Accra, Ghana

The Guardian (Lagos)
Nigeria's leading independent daily newspaper

Guinéenews (Toronto)
Daily reporting from Guinea and the surrounding region

The Herald (Harare)
Government-owned newspaper published in the capital city

ITWeb (Johannesburg)
Technology & business news service from South Africa

The Independent (Banjul)
Gambian bi-weekly paper published Monday and Friday

The Independent (Accra)
Ghanaian weekly published Thursday

The Insider (Harare)
Business-oriented monthly that provides a daily e-mail service

Internews (Arusha)
Agency reporting on the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

Le Jour (Abidjan)
Daily published in Abidjan, commercial capital of Cote d'Ivoire

Le Journal de l'Economie (Dakar)
Weekly publication on Senegal's economy
Le Journal du Jeudi (Ouagadougou)

Libération (Casablanca)
Francophone Moroccan Daily

Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg)
South African weekly newspaper and internet pioneer

Le Marabout (Ouagadougou)
Mensuel satirique africain

Midi Madagasikara (Antananarivo)
Midi Madagasikara est le premier quotidien national d'information diffusé à Madagascar. Créé en 1983 par Marthe Andriambelo, il est édité par la société anonyme du même nom.

Miningweb (Johannesburg)
Global mining and resources investment

Mmegi/The Reporter (Gaborone)
Botswana weekly published Friday

Moneyweb (Johannesburg)
South African finance, investment business and economics.

The Monitor (Kampala)
Uganda's privately owned daily

Mopheme/The Survivor (Maseru)
Botswana weekly published Friday

The NEWS (Monrovia)
Liberian news weekly news published in Monrovia
The Namibian (Windhoek)
Leading independent daily published in Windhoek

The Nation (Nairobi)
Major private Kenyan daily and Sunday newspaper

New Vision (Kampala)
Uganda's largest daily and Sunday newspaper

Newswatch (Lagos)
Leading Nigerian weekly news magazine

The North Africa Journal (Boston, USA)
Analysis and commentary on North Africa

Notre Voie (Abidjan)

L'Observateur Paalga (Ouagadougou)

Panafrican News Agency (Dakar)
Africa's largest continent-wide news organization
Archive only Aug 1997 - Jul 2001

Le Patriote (Abidjan)
Daily Ivorian newspaper

The Perspective (Smyrna, Georgia)
Liberian opposition magazine published in Atlanta

The Point (Banjul)
Gambian independent published three times a week

The Post (Lusaka)
Crusading and award-wining Zambian daily

The Post Express (Lagos)
Nigerian national daily published in Lagos

Screen Africa (Johannesburg)
Monthly coverage of the entertainment industry
Archive only Apr 1999 - Feb 2000

Sidwaya (Ouagadougou)

Le Soleil (Dakar)

South African Press Association (Johannesburg)

SouthScan (London)
A bulletin of Southern African Affairs

The Sowetan (Johannesburg)
South Africa's largest black-oriented daily

Sud Quotidien (Dakar)

Synergy Africa (Lusaka)
A website on Zambian and other African commercial activities and news

This Day (Lagos)
Leading independent daily published in Lagos, Nigeria

The Times of Zambia (Ndola)
Government-owned daily and Sunday newspaper

La Tribune (Algiers)

Tunisia Online (Tunis)
News reports from the Tunisia Information Service

UN Integrated Regional Information Networks (Nairobi)
Updates on conflicts and news from all sub-Saharan regions

Vanguard (Lagos)
Major daily newspaper published in Lagos

Visafric (Toronto)
Website devoted to Eritrean news, information and products
Archive only Nov 1999 - May 2001

WOZA (Johannesburg)
South African news and information website

Wal Fadjri (Dakar)

Weekly Trust (Kaduna)
Weekend edition of the "Daily Trust": see above

World Algerian Action Coalition (Washington, DC)
Daily updates and translations from Algeria

Zimbabwe Independent (Harare)
Independent newspaper published on Fridays

Zimbabwe Standard (Harare)
Independent Sunday paper, sister publication of Zimbabwe Independent

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