AFRICA

Algeria
Alger, chaîne III (3rd programma, in French) (254 kHz, July 20, 1977, 22:44 UTC)

Angola
Emissora Oficial de Angola (3375 kHz, June 16, 1974, 23:00 UTC) -AR-

Bénin
ORTB (Office de Radiidiffusion et Télévision du Bénin) (5025 kHz, July 20, 2006, 23:00 UTC)

Botswana
Radio Botswana (4820 kHz, June 9, 1999, 20:12 UTC)

Burkina Faso
Radio Burkina (4815 kHz, January 12, 1999, 06:20 UTC)

Congo
Radio Congo, Brazzaville (4765 kHz, May 21, 1997, 21:30 UTC) -AR-

Dahomey (at present Benin)
Radio Cotonou (4870 kHz, July 1, 1974, 22:55 UTC) -AR-

Egypt
Radio Cairo (9990 kHz, January 19, 1999, 21:15 UTC)

Equatorial Guinea
Radio Bata (5003 kHz, March 20, 1998, 19:38 UTC)

Gabon
Africa No. 1 (9580 kHz, February 5, 1999, 19:00 UTC)
Radiodiffusion Télévision Gabonaise, 2nd program (4777 kHz, May 7, 1998, 23:00 UTC)
Radio Libreville (4777 kHz, May 10, 1975, 22:00 UTC) -AR-

Ghana
Radio Ghana, Radio 1 (4915 kHz, April 1, 1998, 22:00 UTC)

Guinea, Portuguese
Emissora Regional da Guinea (1070 kHz, July 23, 1974, 03:00 UTC) -AR-
Kenya
Voice of Kenya (4805 kHz, August 3, 1974, 20:10 UTC) -AR-
Liberia
Radio Liberia (5100 kHz, March 16, 1997, 19:26 UTC) -AR-

Libya
Libyan BC (1250 kHz, March 1, 1974, 23:59 UTC) -AR-
Voice of Africa (15415 kHz, January 2, 1999, 17:30 UTC - edited)

Madagascar
Radio Tananarive (17,730 kHz, February 19, 1974, 17:00 UTC) -AR-

Mali
Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Malienne (ORTM) (4835 kHz, March 11, 1998, 24:00 UTC)

Mauritania
Radio Mauritanie (4845 kHz, January 6, 1999, 06:45 UTC)

Morocco
Radiodiffusion-Télévision Marocaine (15345 kHz, April 16, 1999, 20:00 UTC)
Radio Méditerranée International (identifying as "Médi-Int" or "Médi 1") (9575 kHz, February 5, 1999, 11:00 UTC)

Namibia
Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (3270 kHz, January 13, 1999, 04:25 UTC)

Niger
La Voix du Sahel (5020 kHz, January 26, 1998, 05:45 UTC)

Nigeria
Radio Nigeria Kaduna (4770 kHz, April 1, 1998, 23:00 UTC). And this is another recording fromthe same station with the Interval Signal, played on "talking drums". (4770 kHz, January 19, 1999, 06:00 UTC)
Voice of Nigeria, Lagos (15120 kHz, April 14, 1998, 19:00 UTC)

Rwanda
Radio Rwanda (6055 kHz, June 17, 1999, 21:00 UTC)

Seychelles
FEBA (9500 kHz, June 9, 1999, 18:33 UTC)

Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corp. (5980 kHz, March 20, 1975, 22:15 UTC) -AR-

South Africa
Channel Africa (15545 kHz, January 28, 1999, 15:00 UTC)
RSG / Radio Sonder Grense (3230 kHz, July 17, 2006, 03:00 UTC)

Spanish Sahara
Radio Sahara, El Aaiun (4627 kHz, January 12, 1973, 22:00 UTC) -AR-
This recording dates from the period when the Sahara (at present Western Sahara) still was a colony of Spain (as can be clearly heard in the closing down announcement: ¡Viva el Sahara, viva España, viva Franco!)
Radio TV Sahara, El Aaiun (11805 kHz, March 2, 1975, 08:00 UTC) -AR-

St. Helena
Radio St. Helena (11092.5 kHz [USB], October 27, 1996, 20:27 UTC)
This station normally doesn't transmit on short wave normally. Just once a year they test their short wave transmitter, usually in October (between 19:00 and 23:00 UTC). At this occasion the local radio station is being relayed, allowing nonetheless for telephone messages from all over the world. For more details you may want to check their Internet site.

Tanzania
Radio Tanzania (5050 kHz, January 2, 1999, 03:00 UTC) and another recording with their Interval Signal and the National Anthem - I suppose (5050 kHz, January 3, 1999, 02:00 UTC)
Radio Tanzania (15,435 kHz, August 31, 1973, 19:45 UTC) -AR-
Radio Zanzibar (11734.1 kHz, January 30, 2001, 19:00 UTC)

Togo
Radiodiffusion Togolaise (5047 kHz, January 6, 1999, 06:00 UTC)
This station also identifies as «Radio Lomé» (as in this recording) or as «Radio Togo».

Uganda
Radio Uganda (4975 kHz, October 13, 2000, 21:00 UTC)

Zaire
La Voix du Zaire, Kinshasa (May, 13, 1997, 21:30 UTC) -AR-

Zambia
Christian Voice (4965 kHz, June 9, 1999, 22:00 UTC)

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