Africa is the second largest continent in size and population in the world. It includes about 800 million people living in varied landscapes of green forests, mountains, plains and deserts. 'Mother Africa' is where humans first evolved. There were many great cultures, including the famous Egyptian and Sudanese, going back thousands of years. In the early 1600's European slave traders and colonizers started moving in, and only Ethiopia and Liberia remained independent of the European powers. Beginning with Ghana in 1957, these colonies eventually regained their independence. There are more than 2000 African languages today, including the widely-spoken Swahili, Hausa and Yoruba.
This category is for English language webpages, which has content that applies to all of Africa.

Topics may include, but are not limited to culture, business, education, government, news, tourism and ecology.

Sites that have a specific section of Africa to the corresponding area in the Regions subcategory. For example, some webpages may fit in the Central Africa subcategory.

If a webpage covers information about one country, then please find the correct country subcategory link, such as Algeria or Namibia and submit your site there.

If your webpage is not in English, but is in another language, then find the language in World and submit you site to the best suited subcategory.

Algeria is located on the northwest coast on the Mediterranean Sea. Bordering countries include Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Libya, and Tunesia. It is the second largest country on the African content. The capital of Algeria is Algiers. The official language is Arabic. The government is a democratic republic.

This category contains links to web sites about Algeria including businesses and organizations within Algeria, and links to information and news from external sources.

Please only submit sites relating to Algeria to this category.

Only sites that have English language content will be listed in this category. Arabic language sites should be suggested to الجزائر, French language sites should be suggested to Algérie. If your site is multilingual, you may suggest it once to each language branch it has content for.

المواقع العربية لن يتم إدراجها في هذا القسم. وإنما نهيب بكم سردها في القسم الخاص باللغة العربية الجزائر المواقع مزدوجة اللغة (عربي - انكليزي ) يمكن إضافتها في كلى القسمين.

Les sites en français ne sont pas publiés dans cette catégorie. S''il vous plait, veuillez les déplacer dans une catégorie de langue française : Algérie . Les sites anglais et français peuvent être suggérés dans cette catégorie. Merci!

Angola

It is a country in southwestern Africa bordering Namibia, Congo-Kinshasa, and Zambia, and with a west coast along the Atlantic Ocean. The exclave province Cabinda has a border with Congo-Brazzaville. A former Portuguese colony, it has considerable natural resources, among which oil and diamonds are the most relevant. The country is nominally a democracy and is formally named the Republic of Angola (Portuguese: República de Angola). The name Angola is a Portuguese derivation of the Bantu word N’gola, being the title of the native rulers of the region in the 16th century, at the time of colonization by the Portuguese.

Source: Wikipedia.





This is the top category for websites with English content relating to Angola, the southwestern African country. Notice that very few sites, if any, will be listed in this category. Please look for the subcategory under Angola that suits your site best, and submit it there.

This category does not include sites written in the Portuguese language. For such sites, you should submit them to the most relevant category in World: Português: Regional: África: Angola. However, if your site is bilingual, and is directly relevant to Angola, you are welcome to submit the English version of it in the appropriate subcategory.

Thank you for your interest in the Open Directory Project.


Atenção: sites em Português não serão listados nesta categoria. Por favor envie-os para a categoria World: Português: Regional: África: Angola ao invés. Sites que são tanto em Inglês quanto em Português podem ser sugeridos para ambas as categorias. Obrigado!

Arts and Entertainment

Sites about African music and musicians, regardless of location, should be submitted to Arts: Music: Styles: Regional and Ethnic: African.

This category is for the listing of sites with a presence throughout the region. If your site does not have locations or offer information serving the entire region, please submit to your locality instead.
Submitting your site to the wrong category will hinder your site''s addition to the directory
.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Please note, sites selling merchandise online should be submitted to Shopping instead.

Benin

Benin is a country in West Africa, bordering on Togo, Nigeria, Niger and Burkina Faso. It was called Dahomey until 1975. Benin is a democratic state with free elections, but has a literacy rate of only about 41% (2005), and 33% of the country's population is estimated to live below the poverty line (estimation from 2001). This category lists English-language sites related to Benin.
Les sites en français ne sont pas publiés dans cette catégorie. S''il vous plait, veuillez les déplacer dans une catégorie de langue française : World/Français/Régional/Afrique/Bénin/ . Les sites anglais et français peuvent être suggérés dans cette catégorie. Merci!

Please find the most appropriate subcategory for your site. Thank you!

Botswana

Please submit websites dealing with transportation services in Botswana. This includes sites about airlines, airports, busses, car rentals, taxis, limousines, shuttles, mass transit, railroads, roads, and highways,

Burkina Faso

This category contains links to web sites about Burkina Faso - including businesses and organisations within Burkina Faso, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Burkina Faso. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Burkina Faso

Burundi

Burundi is a small, land-locked country in Central Africa, bordering to Rwanda, Tanganjika and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Area: 27834 km2 Capital: Bujumbura Administrative divisions: 16 provinces (Bubanza, Bujumbura, Bururi, Cankuzo, Cibitoke, Gitega, Karuzi, Kayanza, Kirundo, Makamba, Muramvya, Muyinga, Mwaro, Ngozi, Rutana, Ruyigi) Currency: Burundi-Franc Time Zone: MEZ + 1 Stunde Population: 6.6 million people Ethnic groups: 85% Hutu, 14% Tutsi, 1% Pygmies Languages: Kirundi (official), French (official), Swahili Religion: Christian 67% (mostly Roman Catholic), indigenous beliefs 23%, Muslim 10%. Recent history: Between 1993 and 2000, wide-spread, often intense ethnic violence between Hutu and Tutsi factions in Burundi created hundreds of thousands of refugees and left tens of thousands dead. Although some refugees have returned from neighboring countries, continued ethnic strife has forced many others to flee. Burundian troops, seeking to secure their borders, have intervened in the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Tutsi controlled government enforced the regroupment of 330,000 Hutu into 53 so called "protection sites" around the capital Bujumbura over the past two years, leaving them without access to their homes and land and in extremely poor living conditions. The Arusha Peace Negotiations made little progress under the chairmanship of Julius Nyerere. Nelson Mandela became the new mediator after the death of Nyerere in 1999.
Please submit sites in French language to World: Francais: R�gional: Afrique: Burundi.

Business and Economy

Please submit all sites to their correct country, location and category.

Cameroon

This category contains links to web sites about Cameroon — including businesses and organisations within Cameroon, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Cameroon. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Cameroun

Cape Verde

It is a republic located on an archipelago of the North Atlantic Ocean, off the western coast of Africa. The previously-uninhabited islands were discovered and colonized by the Portuguese in the 15th century; they subsequently became a trading centre for African slaves. Most Cape Verdeans descend from both groups. "Cape Verde" (Portuguese: Cabo Verde) is named for Cap-Vert (Green Cape), now in Senegal, the westernmost point of Africa.

Source: Wikipedia.

Sites em Português não serão listados nesta categoria. Por favor envie-os para a categoria World: Português: Regional: África: Cabo Verde ao invés. Sites que são tanto em Inglês quanto em Português podem ser sugeridos para ambas as categorias.

Central African Republic

This category contains links to web sites about Central African Republic - including businesses and organisations within Central African Republic, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Central African Republic. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: République Centrafricaine

Chad

This category contains links to web sites about Chad - including businesses and organisations within Chad, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Chad. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Tchad

Comoros

This category contains links to web sites about Comoros Islands, also referred as Union of the Comoros - including businesses and organisations within Comoros Islands, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Comoros Islands (Union of the Comoros). Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Comores.

Congo

This category contains links to web sites about Republic of the Congo, or Congo-Brazzaville including businesses and organisations within Republic of the Congo, and links to information and news from external sources.

Please note that Republic of the Congo or Congo-Brazzaville differs from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (or Congo-Kinshasa)

This category is for English-language web sites about Republic of the Congo, or Congo-Brazzaville. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Congo.

Please note that Republic of the Congo or Congo-Brazzaville differs from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (or Congo-Kinshasa)

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

This category contains links to web sites about the Democratic Republic of the Congo - including businesses and organisations within the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and links to information and news from external sources.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is often called Congo Kinshasa, and sometimes just D.R. Congo, or even DRC. It was previously called Zaïre. Don't confuse it with the adjacent country called Congo or Congo Brazzaville (see: Regional: Africa: Congo).

This category is for English-language web sites about the Democratic Republic of the Congo, or DRC. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Congo, République Démocratique du.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is often called Congo Kinshasa, and sometimes just D.R. Congo, or even DRC. It was previously called Zaïre. Don''t confuse it with the adjacent country called Congo or Congo Brazzaville (see: Regional: Africa: Congo).

Côte d'Ivoire

Known in English as Ivory Coast, this West African country is located just west of Ghana. This category contains links to web sites about Côte d'Ivoire including businesses and organisations within Côte d'Ivoire, and links to information and news from external sources.

Djibouti

This category contains links to web sites about Djibouti - including businesses and organisations within Djibouti, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Djibouti. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Djibouti.

Education

Web sites about Education in Africa as a whole. Please note that web sites belonging to institutions of tertiary education can be found in, and should be submitted to Reference/Education/Colleges_and_Universities/Africa.

Egypt

Egypt is located in northeast Africa, bounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north. Population is concentrated along the banks of the Nile River, especially in the Nile delta dominated by the large city of Cairo. Civilization has relied on Nile-based irrigation since ancient times. Pharaohs ruled ancient Egypt dating to 3000 BC, and their immense pyramid constructions have awed visitors ever since. This is the most heavily populated Arab-speaking country.
Please note this category is only for sites with English language content.


Sites written in Arabic only will not be listed in this category. Please send them to the Arabic language category مصر instead. Sites that are in both English and Arabic can be suggested to both categories.

Sites written in French only will not be listed in this category. Please send them to the French language category Egypte. Sites that are in both English and French can be suggested to both categories.

المواقع العربية لن يتم إدراجها في هذا القسم. وإنما نهيب بكم سردها في القسم الخاص باللغة العربية مصر المواقع مزدوجة اللغة (عربي - انكليزي ) يمكن إضافتها في كلا القسمين.

Les sites en français ne sont pas publiés dans cette catégorie. S''il vous plait, veuillez les déplacer dans une catégorie de langue française : Egypte . Les sites anglais et français peuvent être suggérés dans cette catégorie. Merci!

Equatorial Guinea

This category contains links to English-language web sites about Equatorial Guinea - including businesses and organisations within Equatorial Guinea, and links to information and news from external sources. There are alternative categories for other languages. Please don't confuse Equatorial Guinea with Guinea Bissau or Guinea.

Eritrea

Located on the Red Sea across from Yemen and Saudi Arabia, long involved in war and border disputes with neighboring Ethiopia.

Ethiopia

The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (Ityopp'ya Federalawi Demokrasiyawi Ripeblik) is located in the eastern portion of African. Surrounding countries are Eritrea, Sudan, Uganda, Kenya and Somalia. The land terrain consists of mountains, plateaus, and steppes. Businesses mainly focus around agriculture and related industries.
Included in this category are webpages that has content that relates to the entire country of Ethiopia.

Topics include, but are not limited to Ethiopian arts, culture, business, education, government, recreation, sports and tourism.

Gabon

This category contains links to web sites about Gabon - including businesses and organisations within Gabon, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Gabon. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Gabon.

Gambia

This category and sub-categories contain links to English-language web sites about Gambia.

Ghana

Ghana was formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, and was the first country in colonial Africa to gain its independence (1957). It is on the southern coast of West Africa (Gulf of Guinea) between Cote d'Ivoire on the west and Togo on the east. It contains Lake Volta.

44% of the people are Akan, 16% are Moshi-Dagomba, 13% Ewe and 8% Ga. They speak their own language in addition to the official language of English.

Accra is the capital and the country has ten regions:

Ashanti, Brong-Ahafo, Central, Eastern, Greater Accra, Northern, Upper East, Upper West, Volta, and Western.

Government

Listed in Embassies and Consulates categories are entities such as Embassies, Consulates, High Commissions, Permanent Representatives and de facto equivalents. Information on their formatting, and on the arrangement of related categories, can be found in the FAQ of Society: Government: Embassies and Consulates.

Guinea

This category contains links to English-language web sites about Guinea - including businesses and organisations within Guinea, and links to information and news from external sources. There are alternative categories for other languages. Please don't confuse Guinea with Equatorial Guinea or Guinea Bissau.

Guinea-Bissau

The Republic of Guinea-Bissau (Portuguese: República da Guiné-Bissau) is a country in western Africa, and one the smallest countries in continental Africa. It is bordered by Senegal to the north, and Guinea to the south and east, with the Atlantic Ocean to its west. Formerly the Portuguese colony of Portuguese Guinea, upon independence, the name of its capital, Bissau, was added to the country's official name in order to prevent confusion between itself and the Republic of Guinea.

Source: Wikipedia.

This is the top category for websites with English content relating to Guinea-Bissau, the western African country. Notice that very few sites, if any, will be listed in this category. Please look for the subcategory under Guinea-Bissau that suits the site best, and submit it there.

This category does not include sites written in the Portuguese language. For such sites, you should submit them to the most relevant category in World: Português: Regional: África: Guiné-Bissau. However, if the site is bilingual, and is directly relevant to Guinea-Bissau, you are welcome to submit the English version of it in the appropriate subcategory.

Atenção: sites em Português não serão listados nesta categoria. Por favor envie-os para a categoria World: Português: Regional: África: Guiné-Bissau ao invés. Sites que são tanto em Inglês quanto em Português podem ser sugeridos para ambas as categorias. Obrigado!

Kenya

Kenya is located at the Equator on the East Coast of Africa. It borders Somalia, Ethiopia and Sudan in the north, Uganda in the west, Tanzania in the south, and the Indian Ocean in the East. It covers an area of 583,000 sq, km (225,000 sq. miles). Kenya's capital city is Nairobi with a population of approximately 1.4 million people. The other major towns are Mombasa the main port on the Indian Ocean and Kisumu on Lake Victoria.

Kenya is divided into eight provinces. The eight provinces are: Central, Coast, Eastern, Nairobi, North Eastern, Nyanza, Rift Valley and Western Province. Each Province in turn is subdivided into districts.

Please submit sites to the most specific locality, such as the city or country to which they pertain. Sites submitted to this category should contain information that is relevant to all of Kenya but not the entire world.

If your site contains information or services for the region as a whole, please locate the appropriate category and submit your site there.
For example; Arts and Entertainment or Business and Economy

If your site contains information concerning a particular locality or if your business is located in one locality, then you should find the appropriate category and submit your site there.

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Submission Tips

For further reading:
How to add a site to the Open Directory.

Libya

Please submit sites with relevant content to arts and entertainment in Libya or by Libyans.

Madagascar

This category contains links to web sites about Madagascar - including businesses and organisations within Madagascar, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Madagascar. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Madagascar

Mali

The Sudanese Republic and Senegal became independent of France in 1960 as the Mali Federation. When Senegal withdrew after only a few months, what formerly made up the Sudanese Republic was renamed Mali. Rule by dictatorship was brought to a close in 1991 with a transitional government and in 1992 when Mali's first democratic presidential election was held. After his reelection in 1997, President Alpha KONARE continued to push through political and economic reforms and to fight corruption. In keeping with Mali's two-term constitutional limit, he stepped down in 2002 and was succeeded by Amadou TOURE.

Source: CIA World Factbook

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of site or organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Maps and Views

This category includes links to maps, photograph sites, live web cams, satellite imagery ... any visual representation of the area.

This category is for the listing of sites with a presence throughout the continent. If your site does not have maps or photos of several countries in Africa, please submit to the property country''s category instead.
Submitting your site to the wrong category will hinder your site''s addition to the directory
.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Site or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Mauritania

This category contains links to web sites about Mauritania - including businesses and organisations within Mauritania, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Mauritania. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Mauritanie

Mauritius

This category contains links to web sites about Mauritius - including businesses and organisations within Mauritius, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Mauritius. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Maurice

Mayotte

Mayotte

Mayotte is the 101st department and an overseas region of France consisting of a main island, Grande-Terre, a smaller island, Petite-Terre, and several islets around them. They are part of the Comoros Islands, located in the northern Mozambique Channel in the Indian Ocean.
Mayotte's area is 374 km², with an estimated population of 194,000 people.

Morocco

This category is for English Language sites relating to Morocco in general.

Morocco is a country in North West Africa. It shares its Eastern border with Algeria and its Southern border with Western Sahara and Mauritania. It has an extensive coastline on the Atlantic Ocean to the West and the Mediterranean Sea to the North. The official language of Morocco is Arabic and the full name of the country in Arabic is "Al Mamlakah al-Maghribiyah" meaning "The Western Kingdom". This is often shortened to "Al-Maghreb" (The West) in general use. Its capital city is Rabat (home to approximately 1.2 million people), the largest city however is Casablanca (home to nearly 3 million people).

Please only submit sites relating to Morocco to this category.

Only sites that have English language content will be listed in this category. Arabic language sites should be suggested to المغرب, French language sites should be suggested to Maroc. If your site is multilingual, you may suggest it once to each language branch it has content for.

المواقع العربية لن يتم إدراجها في هذا القسم. وإنما نهيب بكم سردها في القسم الخاص باللغة العربية المغرب المواقع مزدوجة اللغة (عربي - انكليزي ) يمكن إضافتها في كلا القسمين.

Les sites en français ne sont pas publiés dans cette catégorie. S''il vous plait, veuillez les déplacer dans une catégorie de langue française : Maroc . Les sites anglais et français peuvent être suggérés dans cette catégorie. Merci!

Mozambique

It is a country in Southern Africa, bordering South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Comoros lie offshore to the northeast and Madagascar lies across the Mozambique Channel. It is a member of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries and the Commonwealth of Nations. Its capital and largest city is Maputo, located in the southern edge of the country.

Source: Wikipedia.

Sites em Português não serão listados nesta categoria. Por favor envie-os para a categoria World: Português: Regional: África: Moçambique ao invés. Sites que são tanto em Inglês quanto em Português podem ser sugeridos para ambas as categorias.

Namibia

Please submit websites dealing with transportation services in Namibia. This includes sites about airlines, airports, busses, car rentals, taxis, limousines, shuttles, mass transit, railroads, roads, and highways.

News and Media

Please do not submit country-specific sites here. Select an appropriate country level category and submit your site there. This category is specifically for resources covering the whole of Africa.

Niger

This category contains links to web sites about Niger - including businesses and organisations within Niger, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Niger. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Niger

Nigeria

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is situated on the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa. Nigeria is the most populous state in Africa with 108 million inhabitants; its capital is Abuja. Nigeria was once a British colony; after its independence in 1966 the country was under military rule until the election in 1999 of President Obasanjo and the introduction of civilian rule. Three tribal communities (Hausa, Yoruba and Ibo) dominate Nigeria. Nigeria has vast oil reserves, but its obvious economic potential has been somewhat stifled in recent years by corruption and bureaucracy.
Please submit only sites dealing with the country of Nigeria in this area, and attempt to identify the most suitable subcategory. Sites relating to a broader region should be submitted to the appropriate category in Regional/Africa. Sites should only be submitted to one category, and should contain significant content specific to Nigeria.

Recreation and Sports

Please submit all sites to their correct location and category.

Regions

Links which refer to several countries, but which focus primarily on just one, should be submitted to the category for that country. Please note that Southern Africa is not the same as South Africa.

Reunion

Reunion Island is a French possession located east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. This category contains links to web sites about the island, its businesses and people.

This category is for English-language web sites about Reunion island (Île de la Réunion). Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Réunion

Sao Tome and Principe

The Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe is a tiny two-island nation in the Gulf of Guinea, distanced 140 kilometers from one another, and situated about 250 and 225 kilometers, respectively, off the northwestern coast of Gabon. Both islands are part of an extinct volcanic mountain range. São Tomé, the sizable southern island, is situated almost exactly on the equator. It is named after Saint Thomas Day, the day of its discovery by Portuguese explorers.

Source: Wikipedia.

Sites em Português não serão listados nesta categoria. Por favor envie-os para a categoria World: Português: Regional: África: São Tomé e Príncipe ao invés. Sites que são tanto em Inglês quanto em Português podem ser sugeridos para ambas as categorias.

Science and Environment

This category includes topics such as agricultural technology, archeology, astronomy, biodiversity, forestry, renewable energy, geology, recycling and water resources.
Webpages listed here should cover scientific and environmental news, research studies, articles, and data charts that covers all or a large portion of Africa.

Sites about environment issues as an activity or topic of debate, which does not offer much scientific content, may be found in Regional: Africa: Society and Culture

Senegal

Please submit sites which describe artistic, cultural and entertainment in Senegal; your site could be about an event, people or groups, institutions, or organisations.

Only sites in English, or sites which are multi-lingual with worthwhile content in English, will be accepted.

Thank you.

Seychelles

A group of islands, in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar. Covering 455 square km of land within an area approximately 600 km East-West by 400 km North-South, it became independent from Great Britain in 1976.
Very few sites should be suggested to this category. Please suggest your site to the appropriate subcategory.

Society and Culture

Web sites that reflect the make up of the Africa's communities: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people of Africa.

Only submissions offering information on more than one country or the entire region will considered for this category. This may include regional guides, organizations, some events and conferences, and online communities.

If your site is specific to a country, follow the category link to the appropriate country. Unless your site is national in focus, please go to the appropriate local Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual category from that point. If one is not available, then please submit to the most appropriate subcategory within the local category.

Somalia

The category includes sites about Somalia. The country is located on the Horn of Africa. It occupies an important geopolitical position between sub-Saharan Africa and the countries of Arabia and southwestern Asia.
Please submit only sites dealing with Puntland State of Somalia.

South Africa

The Republic of South Africa is located at the southern tip of Africa. It is a member of the British Commonwealth and boasts the largest economy on the African continent.

This category is for the listing of sites with a presence throughout the country. Sites specific to localities or provinces in South Africa should be submitted to the locality or province category.
Submitting your site to the wrong category will hinder your site''s addition to the directory
.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Sudan

The nation of Sudan is located in the northeast region of Africa and is just to the south of Egypt. It is the largest country on the continent by way of land area. The capital is Khartoum. The official language is Arabic. The government is an authoritarian regime. There are about 38 million people living within this country.
This category includes webpages with content covering the nation of Sudan.

Most sites would fit in one of the subcategories. Please look for a subcategory to submit to, first, before adding to the main category for Sudan.

Swaziland

One of the world's last remaining absolute monarchies, this landlocked nation is nearly encircled by the Republic of South Africa except for a border with Mozambique to the east. Traditional rural life is the rule for most of the inhabitants. Poverty and AIDS are described as widespread.
Please submit websites dealing with transportation services in Swaziland. This includes sites about airlines, airports, busses, car rentals, taxis, limousines, shuttles, mass transit, railroads, roads, and highways.

Tanzania

Welcome to the beautiful country that is Tanzania! Here you should be able to find almost everything there is to know about Tanzania including maps, tourist information, online newspapers, Government web pages, soccer news, etc. Please feel free to suggest to the editors any sites that are relevant to Tanzania. Sites in English and Kiswahili are welcome.

Togo

A narrow strip of a country located along the Atlantic Ocean between Ghana and Benin. Togo was transferred from German to French rule after World War I, and was granted independence in 1960. This category contains links to web sites about Togo - including businesses and organisations within Togo, and links to information and news from external sources.

This category is for English-language web sites about Togo. Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Togo

Transportation

If there is a subcategory for the country where the airline is based, please submit there. Otherwise submit here.

Travel and Tourism

This category is for the listing of lodging sites with a presence throughout Africa. If the site does not have locations or offer information serving all of Africa, please submit to the specific country or locality instead.
Submitting the site to the wrong category will hinder the site''s addition to the directory.

Tunisia

Tunisia is a country situated on the North African Mediterranean coast. It has borders with Algeria to the west and Libya to the south and east.

It had a population of 9,924,742* in 2003. The official language is Arabic, and most of the population speak it, although French is often used commercially. The vast majority of citizens (~98%) are Muslim. It was originally the site of Carthage. * Data source: Wikipedia

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We generally do not accept submissions to this category - please submit them to a suitable subcategory - either a locality (town/city) category (preferred) or one of the general topical categories if your site is aimed at the whole country.

Web sites in Arabic should be submitted to تونس

Web sites in French should be submitted to World: Français: Régional: Afrique: Tunisie

Sites in multiple languages may be submitted to each appropriate language category. (No machine translation though please.)

المواقع العربية لن يتم إدراجها في هذا القسم. وإنما نهيب بكم سردها في القسم الخاص باللغة العربية تونس المواقع مزدوجة اللغة (عربي - انكليزي ) يمكن إضافتها في كلا القسمين.

Les sites en français ne sont pas publiés dans cette catégorie. S''il vous plait, veuillez les déplacer dans une catégorie de langue française : Tunisie . Les sites anglais et français peuvent être suggérés dans cette catégorie. Merci!

Uganda

 

Uganda is located in Eastern Africa. It borders Sudan to the north, Lake Victoria and Congo (formerly Zaire) to the west and Kenya to the east.

Independence from the United Kingdom took place on 9 October 1962.

Kampala is the capital city of Uganda. It is divided into 5 divisions, 99 parishes and 811 sub-parishes. The city’s population is approximately 1.5 million. The main languages spoken by the city residents are Luganda, English, and Swahili in that order.
Based on information from Uganda – Africa’s Pearl http://www.uganda.stekelenburg.biz

Welcome to Uganda
Please only suggest sites with English language content to this category. If your site is multilingual, you may suggest it once to each language branch in World that it has content for. Sites listed here will be specific to Uganda and its vicinity. This includes entities with a "brick and mortar" operation in Uganda, and/or where the operational area has significance only to the area.

Please read the following guidelines before suggesting a site:

 

Weather

Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature, moisture, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.

Western Sahara

Western Sahara is a country in North Africa which has been in a frozen conflict between the local nationalist group POLISARIO Front and Morocco.

Zambia

This category contains links to web sites about Zambia - including businesses and organisations within Zambia, and links to information and news from external sources.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank-you for your assistance in getting your site listed as quickly as possible.

Zimbabwe

This category contains links to web sites about Zimbabwe - including businesses and organisations within Zimbabwe, and links to information and news from external sources.