Today the Netherlands is holding general elections. Although the global economic crisis and its effect on the Dutch economy dominate these elections, some parties want to make this about Africa. About these ads
I like the young producers and reporters at Radio Netherlands Worldwide‘s Africa desk. From the informed irreverence of What’s Up Africa to the kind of reporting below by Serginho Roosblad on the show “Bridges with Africa.” And not just because I make an appearance.
The media blog that is not about famine, Bono, or Barack Obama. Contributors are: Sean Jacobs (he started AIAC), Daniel Magaziner, Neelika Jayawardane, Boima Tucker, Tom Devriendt, Elliot Ross, Basia Lewandowska Cummings, Sophia Azeb, Dan Moshenberg, Brett Davidson, Orlando Reade, Jonathan Faull, Caitlin Chandler, Gregory Mann, Dylan Valley, Emily Wood, Marissa Moorman, Lily Saint, Mikko Kapanen, Wills Glasspiegel, Melissa Levin, Loren Lynch, Olufemi Terry, Megan Eardley, Hinda Talhaoui, 'kola, Davy Lane, Siddhartha Mitter, Johan Palme, Steffan Horowitz, Justin Scott, Dennis Laumann, Kweli Jaoko, Jumoke Verissimo, Zachary Rosen, Shamira Muhammad, Maria Ximena Plaza, T.O. Molefe, Ts'eliso Monaheng, Maria Hengeveld, Corinna Jentzsch, Nicholas Barber, Serginho Roosblad, Roxsanne Dyssell, Cheta Nwanze, Sarah El-Shaarawi, Jimmy Kainja, Claudio Silva and Jacques Enaudeau. Pre-August 2009 posts are archived here.