‘Rebuild Dominica’ relief group will aid recovery from Tropical Storm Erika

As regular readers of Sub-Saharan Monitor know, this web site is published by New World University, which is based in the Commonwealth of Dominica.  Recent events there are cause for concern:  not political events but rather a natural disaster. A direct hit by Tropical Storm Erika last week wreaked havoc on the small Caribbean island …

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Africa News Headlines for 7 April 2015

Chumbe Island, off the Zanzibar coast in Africa, promotes marine conservation but counts on tourism Source: Yakima Herald Here’s 4 Challenges Nigeria’s New Leader Must Overcome Source: TIME Suspects in Kenya university attack appear in court Source: USA Today Childhood obesity in South Africa Source: BioMed Central Boosting African democracy Source: The Hill EFF’s pot …

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‘Sub-Saharan Monitor’ Marks One Year of Publication

A note from the editor: Easter Sunday, April 5, marked one year of publication for Sub-Saharan Monitor. On December 15, Sub-Saharan Monitor began a successful affiliation with New World University.  Since the transition, this Africa news and trends web site has seen more than 115,000 individual visitors. There is genuine interest in news from sub-Saharan …

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Media Release – New World University Announces Partnership with ‘Sub-Saharan Monitor’

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New World University Announces Partnership with ‘Sub-Saharan Monitor’ Africa News Aggregator Now Hosted on Caribbean Academic Web Site (Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica, 15 December 2014) — Sub-Saharan Monitor, an African news aggregator, will now be published on the web site of New World University. New World University educates students through distance learning …

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