- In Searchworks, from the left hand Menu, select Resource / Newspaper
In the top search box, enter the country name. Example: Senegal
- Stanford has real African newspapers printed and published on the continent.
Stanford pays for access to the AllAfrica Advanced Search which goes back to 1996.
Select the eJournal Subscription.
(2000 - )
Stanford has a license for access. https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8159714
Online African newspapers and news sources.
Licensed for Stanford users. Current business, political news from all countries.
Used to be Lexis Nexis. News from various sources. https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/12328632
Full text searchable news articles online from South Africa. https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/11655507
- In Searchworks, from the left hand Menu, select Resource type Newspaper
- In the top search box, enter the country name.
- Example: Senegal
African Newspapers 1800-1925 – from Readex, Newsbank (Series 1 and 2)
Selected early African newspapers online. https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/11820407
Large collection of older African newspapers.
- Click on Browse Catalog (top right)
- Click on Newspapers
- Look for a title, or Browse Newspaper by Country
- Stanford users can borrow Center for Research Libraries material on Interlibrary Loan.
Access for Stanford users only. Includes news and radio reports on Africa from 1941-1974.
Foreign Broadcast Inforation Service, FBIS. Daily Reports. 1974-1980 (Readex/Newsbank)
Access for Stanford users only. Older news and Transcripts of radio broadcasts.
AFRINUL is a selective database listing print and microfilmed African newspapers held by CRL/CAMP members. It has not been updated recently. Researchers need to contact each library for access to the newspapers. http://www-apps.crl.edu/grn/afrinul/search