Ken Opalo gives some important information about the results of the Kenyan presidential election, as well as some things to look out for in the coming weeks.
Bruce Whitehouse on Mali: “The North, the Army, and the Junta.”
Amb. John Campbell: “Mali Intervention Becoming a Partisan Issue in France?”
The Moor Next Door: “Algeria Plays Defense.”
The Gulele Post: “Ethiopia’s ‘Jihad’ Film and Its Boomerang Effects.”
Dibussi Tande: “Cameroon’s New Senate: An Unnecessary (Anti)Democratic Anachronism.”
Baobab: “Laurent Gbagbo and the ICC: Watching and Waiting.”
Carmen McCain rounds up reviews of the novel Sin Is a Puppy, and asks, “How many Nigerian novels published in Nigeria get this kind of critical response? We need to do better.”
Africa Is A Country: “Dirk Coetzee Is Dead: The Legacies of Apartheid’s Death Squads and the TRC.”
Shelby Grossman with a few links on piracy in Somalia and poverty in Nigeria.