Cooksister’s favourite African voices

by Jeanne on June 10, 2008

in Uncategorized

Whether they are living in Africa or in the great African diaspora, African (and particularly South African) bloggers always havea unique perspective to share with the world.  These are my favourites:


African Vanielje


Aquila Online


Ash in Amsterdam 


Blue Light District


Charlotte’s Web


Cherryflava


Doula Mel


Field to Feast


Food, Fun & Farm Life in East Africa


Gill’s Jottings


I Broke My Mop


iScatterlings


Marita Says


My French Kitchen


Poeafrika


Port Elizabeth Daily Photo


Sally’s World


SA Rocks


So Close


Sotho


Taste of Tanzania


The 3 Rs – Reading, Ranting and Recipes


This is Zimbabwe

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Lynda March 25, 2009 at 12:20 pm

Thanks so much for mentioning my blog here, & for listing such a great selection of fellow African bloggers all in one place. I’m off to have a look at some of them now :)
Lynda, Kilimanjaro, East Africa

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Liz April 10, 2009 at 6:22 pm

Thanks for listing this collection of African blogs. I’ve looked at a few -especially like the poetry – and can’t wait to explore the rest of them. I don’t have an African blog (yet) but my web site, africanchop.com, lists african markets and restaurants around the world, including some in south africa.

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Celia March 8, 2011 at 12:13 pm

Great list. I’m slowly working my way through it. Makes me terribly homesick!

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Nonqaba waka Msimang March 30, 2012 at 12:04 pm

My website Sweetnessthenovel has a food section. Unfortunately, i stopped posting recipes because i ran out of ideas. You see, most of the food items on that food section were from memory, what grandma and ma cooked. Maybe, i should go back to KwaZulu-Natal for a visit. It might jog my memory.

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Wangeci March 30, 2012 at 9:45 pm

Hi thanx for these links. Please check out my blog foodieinthedesert.tumblr.com. Im currently working In Kakuma Refugee Camp in kenya

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