Wikipedia:List of missing Africa topics

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This is a list of topics related to Africa which should be created for Wikipedia. Many of the entries on this list were taken from the indexes to J. D. Fage's A History of Africa (2002 edition) and Colonialism in Africa: 1870-1914 edited by L. H. Gann and Peter Duignan. Consider creating articles which have links to them before creating linkless ones (Note: the automatically generated list is sorted by number of internal links -- the "most wanted" ones are on top)

African-related articles which have been created, but still need substantial work, can be found within Category:Africa stubs.

Please see main projects at Wikipedia:Africa-related regional notice board and Wikipedia:WikiProject Africa.

A[edit]

  1. Abdallah of Mourgoula
  2. Abidjan-Ouagadougou railway (fr)
  3. Africa Bottling Company Lda (de)
  4. Africa e Mediterraneo (it) (Italian periodical)
  5. African comics (it)
  6. African drama
  7. African Repository, published by the American Colonization Society
  8. African Technology Forum (ISSN 1050-0014)
  9. Afrikaansche Handelsvereeniging (nl) (est. 1868)
  10. Det Afrikanske Kompagni (da) of Denmark (1755-1766)
  11. Afriques: Débats, Méthodes et Terrains d'Histoire (ISSN 2108-6796)
  12. Andreas Akou
  13. Martin Akou
  14. Clement Anderson Akrofi (fl. 1930s) linguist and Bible scholar from Ghana, from Presbyterian Training College, a.k.a. Akropong Seminary
  15. Mankenda Ambroise (Angolan professor)
  16. American Presbyterian Congo Mission
  17. Amesfrane Rock Wall, Morocco
  18. António Tomás Ana (Angolan)
  19. Costa Andrade (Angolan)
  20. Mário António (Angolan)
  21. Aruis
  22. Asmara Station (it), Eritrea
  23. Association Cotonnière du Soudan: Cotton producing organisation in French Soudan
  24. Association des historiens africains (fr) (est. 1972)[1]
  25. Association historique internationale de l'océan Indien (fr)
  26. Association pour la défense et l'illustration des arts d'Afrique et d'Océanie (fr)
  27. Association pour l'Étude des Littératures Africaines [2]
  28. Association Sénégalaise des Bibliothécaires, Archivistes et Doacumentalistes
  29. Latevi Awoku
  30. Diamantino Azevedo (Angolan)
  31. Action Health Incorporated (Nigeria) -- AHI is a nonprofit organization working in the field of Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for over 25 years based in Lagos, Nigeria. [ahttp://www.actionhealthinc.org/ Website]

B[edit]

  1. Bacongo (Brazzaville) (fr), R. Congo
  2. Abu Al Baraaka - Malian scholar
  3. Baba Johane weMasowe Zimbabwean founder of Gospel of God Church International commonly known as , Patriarch of Africa initiated church
  4. Barabich
  5. Arlindo do Carmo Pires Barbeitos (Angolan)
  6. Basler Afrika Bibliographien (de) of Switzerland
  7. Basorun
  8. Cobir Bawa
  9. Baye Fall: element of the Mouride Brotherhood, Senegal
  10. Belessa River -- is this the tributary of the Tekezé River, located east of Gondar?
  11. Benghazi-Barce Railway (it), Libya
  12. Benghazi Central Station (it), Libya
  13. Benghazi Lighthouse (ar), Libya
  14. Benghazi-Suluq Railway (it), Libya
  15. Berenice Theatre (ar), Libya
  16. Júlio Marcelino Vieira Bessa (Angolan)
  17. Bibundi Company
  18. Peter Birch (artist) Zimbabwean artist
  19. Bito
  20. Bogonko
  21. Boirey
  22. Bokari Koutou
  23. André Luis Brandão (Angolan)
  24. BuHaya
  25. Bulama
  26. Bulletin de l'Institut fondamental d'Afrique noire (fr)
  27. Bullom
  28. Carlos Burity (Angolan)
  29. Bushiri
  30. Bushmaie River
  31. ButwaButwa

C[edit]

  1. Cadre de promotion pour la formation en photographie de Bamako (fr), Mali
  2. Anastácio Cahango (Angolan Bishop)
  3. Cahiers de la Méditerranée (fr)
  4. Cahiers d'Outre-Mer (fr)
  5. Arnaldo de Sousa Calado (Angolan)
  6. Isidora Campos (Angolan)
  7. Paulo Capela (Angolan)
  8. António Cardoso (Angolan)
  9. Emmanuel Moreira Carneiro (Angolan)
  10. Mendes de Carvalho, Angolan writer
  11. Centre d'étude et de documentation africaines, Brussels (CEDAF) [3]
  12. Centre français de documentation de Bamako (fr), Mali
  13. Centre national hospitalier universitaire de Bangui (fr), CAR
  14. Centre de recherches africaines, Paris [4]
  15. Chabruma
  16. Chakossi
  17. Chaminuka
  18. Chara Caves, Morocco
  19. Chiker Caves, Morocco
  20. Centre d'études des mondes africains (fr))
  21. Demostenes Amos Chilingutila (Angolan)
  22. Peregrino Isidro Chindondo (Angolan)
  23. Jose Belo Chipenda (Angolan)
  24. Augusto Chipesse (Angolan)
  25. Arístides Coelho (Angolan)
  26. Teresa de Jesus Cohen Dos Santos (Angolan)
  27. Cologne colonial history (de), Germany (includes Africa)
  28. Colonial Development Acts
  29. Comité d'études historiques et scientifiques de l'Afrique occidentale française (fr)
  30. Compagnie des Chemins de Fer du Congo Supérieur
  31. Compagnie Française d'Afrique Occidentale
  32. Compagnie Française du Congo
  33. Compagnie Française du Haut-Congo
  34. Compagnie normande (fr) of France
  35. Compagnie Propriétaire du Kouilou-Niari
  36. Companhia do Boror (pt) (est. 1899; related to Mozambique)
  37. Companhia de Cacheu, rios e comércio da Guiné (pt) (est. 1670s)
  38. Companhia da Costa da Guiné (pt)
  39. Companhia da Zambézia (pt) (est. 1892; related to Mozambique)
  40. Company of Senegal and the West African Coast
  41. Company of the Sultanates of Upper Oubangui
  42. Simporé Simone Compaore, Burkinabé writer
  43. Consortium des Bibliothèques de l'Enseignement Supérieur du Sénégal
  44. Comorian Secession Crisis
  45. Congo-Afrique (fr) (published by Centre d'etudes pour l'action sociale, DR Congo; ISSN 0049-8513)
  46. Antonio Eduardo Correira (Angolan)
  47. Alexandre Cose (Angolan)
  48. Marcela Martins Costa (Angolan)
  49. Augustin Sondé Coulibaly
  50. Council for the Defence of the Revolution
  51. Joana Cristiano (Angolan)

D[edit]

  1. Suzanete Nunes da Costa (Angolan)
  2. Maria Da Luz (Angolan)
  3. Antonio Burity da Silva (Angolan)
  4. Antonio Henriques da Silva (Angolan)
  5. Cândida da Silva (Angolan)
  6. Cândido da Velha (Angolan)
  7. Dak'Art 1992 (it)
  8. Dak'Art 1996 (it)
  9. Dak'Art 1998 (it)
  10. Dak'Art 2000 (it)
  11. Dak'Art 2002 (it)
  12. Dak'Art 2004 (it)
  13. Dak'Art 2006 (it)
  14. Dak'Art 2008 (it)
  15. Dak'Art 2010 (it)
  16. Dak'Art 2012 (it)
  17. Jean Dard (fr) of Senegal
  18. Darfur Dialogue and Consultation
  19. Maria Alexandre Dáskalos (Angolan)
  20. Joaquim da Costa David (Angolan)
  21. Orlando de Albuquerque (Angolan)
  22. Mãrio de Alcãntara Monteiro (Angolan)
  23. Albina de Assis Africano (Angolan)
  24. Antonio de Assis Junior (Angolan)
  25. Domingos Calvino de Carvalho (Angolan)
  26. Emilio de Carvalho (Angolan)
  27. Jose Adelino Barcelo de Carvalho (Angolan)
  28. Ruy Duarte de Carvalho (Angolan)
  29. João Bernado de Miranda (Angolan)
  30. Venancio de Moura (Angolan)
  31. Ana Maria de Oliveira (Angolan)
  32. Pedro José de Van Dunem (Angolan)
  33. José Maria Botelho De Vasconcelos (Angolan)
  34. Debundja
  35. Deido
  36. Maria Filomena F.L.T. Delgado (Angolan)
  37. Democratic Republic of the Congo literature [5]
  38. Deutscher Kolonialverein (de) of Germany
  39. Deutsches Kolonialhaus (de), Berlin
  40. Deutsches Kolonialmuseum (de), Berlin
  41. Diado
  42. Carlos Diakanâmwa (Angolan)
  43. Diar el Mahçoul (fr), Algeria
  44. Diara
  45. Didjeli
  46. Manuel Difuila (Angolan)
  47. Djabataure
  48. Roberto do Almeida (Angolan)
  49. Isaac Francisco Maria dos Anjos (Angolan)
  50. Ana Paula C. de Lemos dos Santos (Angolan)
  51. Armando Amaral Dos Santos (Angolan)
  52. Fernando da Piedade Dias (Nando) dos Santos (Angolan)
  53. Rui Dos Santos (Angolan)
  54. Teresa dos Santos (Angolan)
  55. Durban Container Terminal

E[edit]

  1. École des otages (fr), Senegal
  2. Éditions Karthala (fr), Paris
  3. Emanual Juthro
  4. Emang Basadi
  5. Pedro Emmanuel (Angolan)
  6. Enaryea
  7. Es Sehifa, Morocco
  8. Francisca Espirito Santo (Angolan)
  9. Etablissements du Golfe du Bénin
  10. Ethnic Violence in Burundi
  11. Etudes d'Histoire Africaine (published by University of Lovanium, DR Congo; ISSN 0071-1993)

F[edit]

  1. Farmers Protection Association
  2. Manuel Feio (Angolan)
  3. Antonio F. da Costa Fernandes (Angolan)
  4. Carlos Antonio Fernandes (Angolan)
  5. Carlos Eduardo Ribeiro Neves Ferrão (Angolan)
  6. Carlos Alberto Simões Ferreira (Angolan)
  7. Festival international de jazz de Saint-Louis (fr), Senegal
  8. Filali dynasty
  9. Miguel Filho (Angolan)
  10. Fondation de la Couronne
  11. Forestière Sangha-Ouibangui
  12. Fort Boffa
  13. Antonio dos Santos Franca (Angolan)
  14. French Company of the Niger

G[edit]

  1. Manuel Nunes Gabriel (Angolan archbishop)
  2. Galekas
  3. Victor Gama (Angolan)
  4. Antonio Gamitto
  5. Ismael Gaspar-Martins (Angolan)
  6. Gaud and Toque Scandal
  7. Ghanaian literature [6][7]
  8. Ghiyaro
  9. Godola
  10. Gofa
  11. António Gomes Gonga (Angolan)
  12. Zeto Cunha Gonçalves (Angolan)
  13. Manuel Joaquim Goncalves (Angolan)
  14. Henrique Guerra (Angolan)
  15. Guigué
  16. Luís Filipe Guimarães da Mota Veiga (Angolan)
  17. Ana Guimares
  18. Guineus
  19. Zarra Guiro, Burkinabé writer
  20. Jorge Gumbe (Angolan)
  21. Gumsa
  22. Gussi
  23. Alegria Gustavo (Angolan)
  24. Rev. Canon H.M. Grace, Uganda

H[edit]

  1. Habab
  2. Hamakari
  3. Hamburgisches Kolonialinstitut (de), Germany
  4. Albertina Hamukuya (Angolan)
  5. Hausa Architecture and Design
  6. Haut Fleuve
  7. Haut-Scoi
  8. Alick Henrici
  9. Historiography of Africa [8]
  10. History of Alexandria in the Greek era (fr)
  11. Vitorino Domingos Hossi (Angolan)
  12. Hotel Berenice (ar), Libya
  13. Husainid Beys

I[edit]

  1. Idris Alawman
  2. Igbegbe
  3. Ikemba
  4. Imvo
  5. Institut des mondes africains (fr)
  6. Institut für Afrika-Kunde (Hamburg, Germany) [9]
  7. Institut für Afrikawissenschaften (est. 2007), University of Vienna; successor to Institut für Ägyptologie und Afrikanistik (est. 1923) [10]
  8. Institut national de la statistique (Mali) (fr)
  9. Institut de recherches et d’études sur le monde arabe et musulman (fr)
  10. Institute of Ethiopian Studies (fr)
  11. Instituto Nacional de Estatística (Guinea-Bissau) (de)
  12. Isle of Dissé
  13. izithopho

J[edit]

  1. Jalonke
  2. Maria de Fãtima Jardim (Angolan)
  3. Jawasmi
  4. Jibril Dobla
  5. Jibril ibn 'Umar
  6. Joalland
  7. Paulino Pinto Joao (Angolan)
  8. Shelton Jolicoeur, Seychelles Scouting

K[edit]

  1. Philippe Zinda Kaboré
  2. Ahabu Kafansiyanji, Malawi Scouting
  3. Kahel Plateau
  4. Kahigi of Buhaya
  5. Kakanda
  6. John Marques Gabriel Kakumba (Angolan)
  7. Sophie Heidi Kam, Burkinabé writer
  8. Don Zacarias Kamuenho (Angolan)
  9. Jose Mateus Kandeya (Angolan)
  10. Luís Kandjimbo (Angolan)
  11. Kano Kanejegi
  12. Sandra Pierrette Kanzie, Burkinabé writer
  13. Kassaila
  14. Dia Kassembe, Angolan writer
  15. Katembe
  16. Katoto
  17. Kaya-Magha dynasty
  18. Kayanza Roadmap – mentioned in a Whitehouse.gov petition
  19. Kibata
  20. Kidane Mehret (significant elevation at the Battle of Adwa)
  21. Kigome
  22. Kikonja
  23. Kilwa Chronicle
  24. Elias Diá Kimuezo (Angolan musician)
  25. Kismani
  26. Kitchi
  27. Koloniale Zeitschrift, published by the Bibliographisches Institut of Germany
  28. René Lompolo Koné
  29. Gaël Koné
  30. Jean-Marie Koné - Malian politician
  31. Kpone
  32. Reverend Y. M. Kroma
  33. Kenya in fiction: list of films, novels, videogames, etc

L[edit]

  1. Francisco Lacerda
  2. Langheld
  3. W.L. Langer
  4. Langa Lapu
  5. Laevi Awoku
  6. Lecki
  7. Lefini
  8. Jose Leitao da Costa e Silva (Angolan)
  9. Manuel dos Santos Lima (Angolan)
  10. List of cities in Central Africa (including population size and country)[11]
  11. List of cities in North Africa (including population size and country)[12]
  12. List of cities in Southern Africa (including population size and country)[13]
  13. List of cities in West Africa (including population size and country)[14]
  14. List of largest cities in Africa (de)
  15. Little Pop
  16. Lobetal
  17. LoDagaba
  18. Carlos Lonsada (Angolan)
  19. Filomeno Vieira Lopes (Angolan)
  20. Paul E. Lovejoy: Canadian Africanist/historian
  21. Lula Ragaro
  22. Franck Lundangi (Angolan)
  23. Lusenda refugee camp (fr), DR Congo
  24. Lyon Mission

M[edit]

  1. Pascoal M'Polo (Angolan)
  2. Jorge Macedo (Angolan)
  3. Malindidzimu
  4. André Magalhâes (Angolan)
  5. Maghreb-Machrek (fr)
  6. Magwida
  7. Mai Muni
  8. Eufranzina Maiato (Angolan)
  9. João Maimona (Angolan)
  10. Mak'Dala
  11. Makoko of Bateke
  12. Makolo
  13. Makombe
  14. Malian municipal election, 1992 (fr)
  15. Malouine
  16. Malaŵi Youth Pioneers
  17. Malawian literature [15][16][17]
  18. Mandela Marathon, South Africa[18]
  19. Maneromango
  20. Mangi Abdiel of Machame
  21. Mangi Sina of Kobosho
  22. Mango-Yendi
  23. Manica e Sofala
  24. Marabout Wars
  25. Honorine Mare, Burkinabé writer
  26. Antonio Jose Maria (Angolan)
  27. Marraba
  28. Massangano
  29. Massawa-Asmara Railway (it), Eritrea
  30. Afonso Massongui (Angolan)
  31. Masufa
  32. Matacong
  33. Mataka of the Yao
  34. Matakil Falls, Central African Republic
  35. Juliao Mateus Paulo (Dino Mattross) (Angolan)
  36. Gordon Mathaka
  37. Matmata Range, Tunisia
  38. Amadeu Mauricio (Angolan)
  39. Zacarias Mavungo (Angolan)
  40. Mbegisa
  41. Jorge McDoogal, Algerian writer
  42. Medina, Senegal
  43. Filimone Meigos (Angolan)
  44. Melakori
  45. João Melo (Angolan)
  46. Mario Mello Henrique da Silva Xavier (Angolan)
  47. Agostinho André Mendes de Carvalho (Angolan)
  48. José Luís Mendonça (Angolan)
  49. Fernando Miala (Angolan)
  50. Avelino Miguel (Angolan)
  51. Andre Mingas (Angolan)
  52. Missionary Conference of Southern Rhodesia
  53. Adriano Mixinge (Angolan)
  54. Tall Moctar
  55. J.S. Moffatt
  56. Moncullo (also spelled Minkullu; Eritrea)
  57. Moni Kourou or Arraw. Small balls of millet, cooked to a compact paste and served with milk
  58. Moniteur du Sénégal et dépendances (fr)
  59. Monuments in Bamako (fr), Mali
  60. Mossamedes Company
  61. Moko people
  62. Mosuto
  63. Mountanga of Nioro
  64. Mourgoula
  65. Mozambican literature (pt)
  66. Mpoko River (fr)
  67. Msiri of Shaba
  68. Mtoko
  69. C. C. Mojekwu, Nigerian Scouting
  70. Eduardo André Muaca (Angolan Archbishop)
  71. Francisco Mubengai (Angolan)
  72. Domingos Jardo Muekalia (Angolan Brigadier)
  73. Filipe Mukenga (Angolan)
  74. Mulay Zaydan
  75. Patrick Munson
  76. Munzigumba
  77. Musadugu
  78. Musardu
  79. Musée du Centre de recherches et de documentation du Sénégal à Saint-Louis (fr)
  80. Andre Domingos Mussamo (Angolan)
  81. Mutahangarwa of Buhaya
  82. Fernando Muteka (Angolan)
  83. N'Dilo Mutima (Angolan)

N[edit]

  1. Nasomones
  2. National Committee of Public Safety
  3. National Milling Corporation
  4. Ndembo
  5. Niger Committee
  6. Suzy Henique Nikiéma, Burkinabé writer
  7. Nokki
  8. Nord West Kamerun Gesellschaft
  9. Nupata

O[edit]

  1. Oculie-Cusai
  2. Open access in Ghana [19][20][21]
  3. Open access in South Africa [22][23][24]
  4. Opération Caban (fr), CAR
  5. Oranyan Oranmiyan
  6. Ottoman fortress (ar), Benghazi, Libya
  7. Bernard Lédéa Ouédraogo
  8. Clément Oumarou Ouédraogo
  9. Macaire Ouédraogo
  10. Pierre Ouédraogo
  11. Sidiyété Ouédraogo
  12. Ouhan
  13. Outre-mers (fr) of France (includes articles about Africa)

P[edit]

  1. Palácio Colinas de Boé (pt), Guinea-Bissau
  2. Palais de Koulouba (fr), Mali
  3. Palais du Peuple (Brazzaville) (fr), R. Congo
  4. Herbert Palma
  5. Penguin African Library (est. 1962)[25][26]
  6. Peter Birch (artist) Zimbabwean artist
  7. Pharusii
  8. Pongoro
  9. Poverty in Algeria
  10. Poverty in Angola
  11. Poverty in Benin
  12. Poverty in Botswana
  13. Poverty in Burkina Faso
  14. Poverty in Burundi
  15. Poverty in Cameroon
  16. Poverty in Cape Verde
  17. Poverty in the Central African Republic
  18. Poverty in Chad
  19. Poverty in the Comoros
  20. Poverty in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  21. Poverty in the Republic of the Congo
  22. Poverty in Djibouti
  23. Poverty in Egypt
  24. Poverty in Equatorial Guinea
  25. Poverty in Eritrea
  26. Poverty in Ethiopia
  27. Poverty in Gabon
  28. Poverty in The Gambia
  29. Poverty in Ghana
  30. Poverty in Guinea
  31. Poverty in Guinea-Bissau
  32. Poverty in Ivory Coast
  33. Poverty in Kenya
  34. Poverty in Lesotho
  35. Poverty in Liberia
  36. Poverty in Libya
  37. Poverty in Madagascar
  38. Poverty in Malawi
  39. Poverty in Mali
  40. Poverty in Mauritania
  41. Poverty in Mauritius
  42. Poverty in Morocco
  43. Poverty in Mozambique
  44. Poverty in Namibia
  45. Poverty in Niger
  46. Poverty in Rwanda
  47. Poverty in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
  48. Poverty in São Tomé and Príncipe
  49. Poverty in Senegal
  50. Poverty in Seychelles
  51. Poverty in Sierra Leone
  52. Poverty in Somalia
  53. Poverty in Somaliland
  54. Poverty in South Africa
  55. Poverty in South Sudan
  56. Poverty in Sudan
  57. Poverty in Swaziland
  58. Poverty in Togo
  59. Poverty in Tunisia
  60. Poverty in Zambia
  61. Poverty in Zimbabwe
  62. Presidential Commission on Political Change
  63. Prytanée militaire de Saint-Louis (fr), Senegal

R[edit]

  1. Radio Centrafrique (fr)
  2. Régime domanial
  3. Le Réveil du Sénégal (fr)
  4. Reverend Y.M. Kroma
  5. Revue française d'histoire d'outre-mer (fr)
  6. Rhumel Gorge, Algeria
  7. Rime River
  8. Rimfa
  9. Rocher de Sel, Algeria
  10. Romano-Berbers

S[edit]

  1. Sabinet African ePublications [27]
  2. Moussa Sawadogo
  3. Carl Schlettwein (de), Swiss publisher
  4. Marie-Simone Séri, Burkinabé/Senegalese writer
  5. Sidi Umar al-Shaykh
  6. Sirt–Benghazi Railway (de), Libya
  7. Maxime Z. Somé/Maxime Somé, Burkinabé writer
  8. Soarano Station (mg), Madagascar
  9. Basil Soundy, Seychelles Scouting
  10. South African Local Government Association (de) [28][29][30]
  11. State Trading Corporation
  12. Stone Bowl cultures
  13. SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association

T[edit]

  1. Timeline of Algeria (fr)
  2. Timeline of the Central African Republic (fr)
  3. Timeline of Chad (fr)
  4. Timeline of Egypt (fr)
  5. Timeline of Ethiopia (fr)
  6. Timeline of the Italian Empire (it) (includes Africa)
  7. Timeline of Mali (fr)
  8. Timeline of Morocco (fr)
  9. Timeline of Senegal (fr)
  10. Timeline of South Africa (nl)
  11. Timeline of Tunisia (fr)
  12. TV Guiné-Bissau (pt)
  13. Twifo

U[edit]

  1. Uburetwa - System similar to ubuhake in Rwanda
  2. União das Cidades Capitais Luso-Afro-Américo-Asiáticas (pt) (est. 1985)
  3. Université des lettres et des sciences humaines de Bamako (fr), Mali

V[edit]

  1. Marit Vénus (Angolan musician)

W[edit]

  1. Yacinthe Wodobodé (fr), CAR

Z[edit]

  1. Zimbabwean literature [31][32][33][34]

"X in Africa" templates[edit]

Please help fill in gaps in the following templates:

Suggestions for non-inclusion[edit]

  1. Badr-ar-Jamalki - Spelling mistake in A History of Africa for Badr al-Jamali father of Al-Afdal Shahanshah, currently a redirect to the son
  2. Liamda - Seems to be a spelling mistake in A History of Africa for Luanda, Liamda is in the index but Luanda is the only similar word on the indexed pages