Disover the news from the unknown area of Sahel reading Sahel newspapers
the Sahel region consists of a band of countries immediately South of the Sahara Desert including Senegal, southern Mauritania, Mali, northern Burkina Faso, Niger, northern Nigeria, Chad, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia.
All Africa News
African news and information for a global audience.
Click here to visit the All Africa web site
Burkina Faso newspapers
Le Faso net
A Burkina Faso paper on the web.
Click here to visit the Le Faso web site
The oldest private paper from Ouagadougou.
Click here to visit the L'Observateur Paagla web site
An independent daily from Ouagadougou.
Click here to visit the Sidwaya Quotidien web site
Journal du Jeudi
A satirical weekly from Ouagadougou not to be missed!
Click here to visit the Journal du Jeudi web site
A left-wing and privately owned Burkina Faso daily from Ouagadougou which is part of “the press group” called Le Pays.
Click here to visit the Le Pays web site
One of the most read and published Burkina Faso newspapers.
Click here to visit the L'independent web site
An independent paper from the capital city: N'djamena.
Click here to visit the N'Djamena Hebdo web site
A Chad weekly from N'Djamena. No website.
The national online French-language newspaper and the first private paper from the capital city: Bamako
Click here to visit the Les Echos web site
Le Journal du Mali
Le Mali en un clic.
Click here to visit the Le Journal du Mali web site
L'Essor-La Voix du Peuple
An independent Mali newspapers from Bamako.
Click here to visit the L'Essor-La Voix du Peuple web site
Le Republicain Mali
Another independent weekly from Bamako.
Click here to visit the Le Republicain Mali web site
Le Niger dan le Web
The most important Niger independent weekly from the capital city: Niamey.
Click here to visit the Le Niger dans le web
More Niger newspapers without website:
All the news from Niamey.
A state –run Niger newspaper from Niamey.
Click here to visit the Le Sahel Hebdo
A state-run Senegal newspapers.
Click here to visit the Le Soleil web site
An independent paper from the capital city: Dakar
Click here to visit the Le Quotidien web site
Wal Fadjri (L’Aurore)
Learn all the national international and local news in this independent paper from Dakar.
Click here to visit the Wal Fadjri (L’Aurore) web site
Click here to visit the Sud Quotidien web site
A weekly from Dakar.
Click here to visit the Le Témoin web site
One of the Sahel newspapers and the only online newspaper from Djibouti
Click here to visit the La Nation web site
More African newspapers
Click here to visit the Afrique Nouvelle web site
Click here to visit the Jeune Afrique Nouvelle web site
Newspapers are in French and Arabic.
The only daily is Chaab.
The main weeklies include Al-Alame, Le Calame, L’Eveil-Hebado, Nouakchott-Info and Rajoul Echarée.
However none of them has an official website.
Nonetheless you can find out all the news from Mauritania on the Sahara news website but only if you can speak Arabic.
Now that you have discovered all the news in the Sahel newspapers enjoy the listening of Sahel radio
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