African Bloggers Directory

4C Mami A Ugandan natural hair resource blog for people with fabulous 4c textured hair. This is also a space where women with 4c hair are celebrated weekly.
A latte Sunshine Zambian personal blog. Life from my point of view. Places I see, faces I meet, lessons I learn and everything in between.
A Well Heeled Woman Named after my love of beautiful high heeled shoes, and how these contribute to my feeling good about being a woman. I love parenting, fashion, beauty, travel, making good food and entertaining family friends.
Added Luxury
A lifestyle blog curating exceptional luxury informative experiences on the African continent and diaspora. Exploring, fashion,technology , travel,home and decor,beauty and wellness,events etc

Africa Blogging An online platform featuring a plurality of voices and views supporting democratic culture and debate in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Africa’s economics and other crimesPolitics and economics in Southern Africa with a focus on Zimbabwe..
Africa on the RiseA blog that is providing the continent of Africa and the rest of the world with a different view of Africa and Africans. It is succeeding in inspiring more people to get involved in the renaissance of Africa.
African Print In FashionDiscover contemporary African Print Fashion trends from this blog by a Ghanaian in the Diaspora.
Abyssinian NomadAn Ethiopian blogger shares her travel experiences. She once traveled from Cape to Cairo using various modes of transport for 9 months.
Almost poeticA tumblr poetry blog:
My heart bleeds inked clots of thoughts only blank pages understand.
Alex MagaisaA Zimbabwean Lawyer shares cutting edge analysis and critical insights into Zimbabwean law and politics
Ambitious AfricanFrom Zimbabwe these are the musings of an African child. Discussing politics, book reviews and anything African
AutoLifeCoach Ghanaian blogger Recheal Blankson gives us an education blog for millennials who are committed to staying relevant in the digital economy, eager to practice health and wellness and passionate about creating wealth.
Austin Madinga’s Life UnboundAustin takes you on a review journey of different Malawian issues. From Entrepreneurship to saving the environment and travel reviews, this is a blog with Malawi at heart.
BayimbaBayimba is a multiple-branched organization that focuses on uplifting arts and culture in Uganda through cultural exchange and creativity.
Beautiful MessA journey of expression where, a young black South African woman, shares long and short tales from some of her life experiences. 
Becoming An AfricanA Kenyan blogger explores what it means to be African away from Africa.
Becoming The Muse A blog from Zimbabwe on the beauty and chaos of the place called home; celebrating the magic and mystery of our ancestry
Being DifferentPersonal blog from Ghana. Share love for creative writing; thoughts on certain social issues; experiences and lessons; discoveries about God and self; and help promote literary works and other creatives.
Beauty BooisNamibian transformational Healing and wellness Coach shares on beauty and wellness with an occasional addition of poetry.
BlazeyBlazeExplore the world of Reggae with a Ugandan blogger.
Blue Short PantsA humorous Blogger from Namibia takes us down memory lane reflecting on His personal life . P/s don’t open link if you are allergic to lovely colorful doodles.
Bird ViewPersonal Blog from Uganda .Loves God, music and laughter. Teacher of English and Literature. Reads to hide from the real world. Writes to bring herself back. 
Bits Of Many StoriesUgandan blog on personal musings, reflections and stories.
Bonnita on SafariA Kenyan Travel and Safari blog
Bya A christian blog that nourishes you with well crafted christian conversations.
Caffeine and Fairy dustA personal South African parenting and lifestyle blog.
Caroo Makeup A South African beauty,fashion and lifestyle blog
Ceeces Travel BlogAn award winning South African travel and lifestyle blog
Cixteen Forever BlogA personal blog from Nigeria. Cixteen forever wants you to see yourself as a young person who isn’t tired of learning new things,acquiring  knowledge with each passing day.
Chic About TownFrom Tanzania Biche, gives us an East African travel guide
Chipo AutumnI travel primarily around Zambia and I write about experiences. I am interested in History and national monuments.
Chubbee Cheekss uncensored  A blog to inspire from personal life lessons,and experiences.
CircumspecteAn all round digital platform that offers meaningful insights, interaction and inspiring creative action for and by Africans
Crooked LanesA concept blog by Zimbabwean journalist Tatenda Kanengoni, working with a team of contributors to tell authentic stories through diverse mediums.
Chronicles of Tendai   From Zimbabwe a travel blogger with a limited budget and His two feet shares each journey’s experience
Dagny Zenovia   Dagny Zenovia is a self development blog that empowers, inspires, and entertains.
DialecticsA blog from Zimbabwe sharing from a personal perspective whilst trying to make sense of the world
Diary of an African BelleDiary of a fabulous diva and her everyday experiences and expectations.
Diary of a Muzungu   Celebrates life in Uganda and travel experiences in East Africak.
Diaries of our Cameroonian youthsA blog in french on Cameroonian Youths issues
Dynamic AfricaA pan African Cultural Blog with a Contemporary focus

Discovering African bloggers has never been this easy. Look what I found.

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2 thoughts on “African Bloggers Directory”

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I saw this twitter handle – @AfroBloggers   on my timeline and was excited to follow them because it creates an opportunity for me, as a blogger, to hear stories of other bloggers in Africa, and connect with them. It got more exciting with the Wednesday Poetry Night, and the regular hosting of bloggers on the account to tell their stories.

Ms Anarfi

Thank you, for creating this wonderful platform for African writers and bloggers to find one another and connect the way we do. I never considered or appreciated much of the blogging space on the continent until I came across your feed.

Josephine Amoako