Any newspapers that the University holds in print or as an online resource will appear when using the iDiscover catalogue. Many print runs will most likely be held at the main University Library.
The Cambridge eresources team has compiled a comprehensive LibGuide for international Newspapers which offers a list of online:
Africa Confidential (Raven login) : Africa Confidential is one of the longest-established specialist publications on Africa, with a considerable reputation for being first with in-depth news and analysis on significant political, economic and security developments across the continent.
African Newspapers, the British Library Collection (Raven login) : Nearly 60 African historical newspapers from the nineteenth century.
Black Newspaper Collection (Raven login) : Ten Historical African American newspapers in the U.S. covering the period 1893-2010
Rand Daily Mail, 1902-1985 (Raven login) : Quintessential reporting on South Africa from the Boer Wars to the apartheid era.
World Newspaper Archive: African Newspaper Series 1 1800-1922: (Raven login) : Historical Newspapers from Africa: Explore African History and Culture during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
World Newspaper Archive: African Newspaper Series 2 1835-1925: (Raven login) : Historical Newspapers from Africa: Explore African History and Culture during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
AllAfrica.com (institutional access via Factiva)
BBC News - Africa
CNN - Africa
Electronic Journals and Newspapers on Africa (Columbia University Library)
Guide to African newspapers and newspapers on Africa (ILISS Africa)
Inter Press Service (IPS) News Agency - news and views from the Global South
Pan-African newspapers & news sites (World-Newspapers.com)
SABC News - South African Broadcasting Corporation
The African Studies Library holds short runs of the following in print:
We also hold current print subscriptions to the following news magazines:
Please ask us at the issue desk for further help with our newspaper collection, or fill in an online fetching form for any of the titles listed above.
The African Studies Library pays for subscription access to the Cooperative Africana Materials Project (CAMP)
CAMP acquires and preserves materials in microform and digital formats.
CAMP's materials are in many African and European languages, including Swahili, Portuguese, French, Zulu, Xhosa, English, and German.
Please email us if you would like to order any materials from CAMP. Please bear in mind, items are generally loaned from the USA in microfilm format, however some material may be available digitally whilst on-campus. Please ask us for further details.