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Discover & share you view about Africa
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Lying at the edge of northwest Africa, Western Sahara continues to suffer from the imperialist forces of Morocco and its supporters. This fact is not without the continued suppression by fellow African forces that has stalled the country’s independence…
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The name ‘suya’ is said to be an Hausa word which means ‘to fry’ but the words can perhaps also be explained by the involuntary sound that escapes from the mouth upon relishing a  piece of the spicy peppered meat; a sharp intake of moist breath and an…
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An Unexplained Perplexity When we think about the mysterious and unknown tales of the African continent we often spring to ancient cultural customs like the blood drinking Maasai or the adventures of European exploration through the vast jungles and…
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Sexuality in ancient Egypt was open, untainted by guilt. Sex was an important part of life – from birth to death and rebirth. Singles and married couples made love. The gods themselves were earthy enough to copulate. The Egyptians even believed in sex in…
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Making chicken in an entirely new way could be the spice to get your celebrations in the right colours. Senegal, like several African countries, have exciting cuisines that can give more life to your taste buds and keep up conversations at dinner tables.…
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Since the creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2002, all 39 individuals indicted by the body have been Africans. The Court’s first judgment  came in 2012 when it indicted Congolese rebel leader Thomas Lubanga Dyilo of war crimes related…
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The maps presented on this page are kindly prepared for the Global Peace Operations Review by the Geospatial Information Section (formerly the Cartographic Section) of the UN Department of Field Support. This map represents all UN Peace Operations based…
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3 million year old South African pebble transcend treasures at British Museum

It is the Makapansgat pebble, on display for the first time in its three-million-year history, curators reckon – an object that, in its own way, outshines the other treasures in the museum’s halls. Experts theorise a very early ancestor of humans,…
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This post is part of our Afrobarometer’s Friday series, which highlights findings from the pan-African, nonpartisan research network that conducts public-attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions and related issues in more than 35…
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As a boy on the streets of Nigeria, Rocky Peter had to eat food from trash cans. He drank water from pot holes and broken pipes. Today he’s an American musician — even featured on American Idol last year. This June, Rocky spoke and performed (to a…
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