Talk:African Journals OnLine

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The original writer of the AJOL page has attended to the suggestions by changing the structure and some content of the page, adding references and external links to aid verification, and removing the advertising tone of the article. It is a useful addition to Wikipedia as it is a valid, useful and interesting encycopaedia entry that also leads to other academic information sources. I very much hope it is left on Wikipedia!

I can't find the tilde on my keyboard, so I hope this automated one from the menu above works. :-) --AfricaA2KAfficionado 18:33, 30 November 2007 (UTC)