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  • Interesting Facts About Zambia

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    12 Interesting Facts About Zambia

    Even though the country has had some western influences, paying lobola or bride price is still a common practice. When a man and woman decide to get married, several meetings are arranged between the bride to be parents and the potential groom’s go-between or Shibukombe. After several meetings, the go-between pays the family of the woman the lobola. In the olden days, cattle would be accepted but now families prefer that the lobola be cash. The lobola signifies that the man is grateful to the parents for growing the woman. More

  • Interesting Facts About Uganda
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    12 Interesting Facts About Uganda

    By law, vehicles are supposed to drive on the left-hand side of the road in Uganda. One would however, advise you to be careful as foreign motorists who have traveled on Ugandan road advise that Ugandans do not heed to this rule. The drive on the side which suits them the most or in the middle. The roads of the capital city especially can be very crazy so be extremely cautious if you plan to drive anywhere in Uganda. More

  • Interesting Facts About Gambia
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    11 Interesting Facts About Gambia

    Some persons collect dolls, others collect postcards but the former Gambian President collects titles. The Gambian President Yahya Jammeh ever since taking office gave to himself a number of titles. There is no explanation of the Sheikh title but it is alleged that the President bestowed upon himself Professorship after saying that he found the cure for AIDS and several other diseases. The Doctor title he assumed after being awarded an honorary Doctor of Civil Laws by the Canadian St Mary’s University in Halifax in 1999. Succeeding presidents also have to take on these titles therefore the official title of a Gambian president is Sheikh Professor Doctor President. More

  • Yaya Toure- Richest African Footballers Ever
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    Richest African Footballers Ever – Top 10

    Ghanaian Suleyman Ali “Sulley” Muntari currently plays as a central midfielder for Italian club Pescara. At the age of 16, Munatri was already a part of the Ghana under-20 team. This team finished in second place at the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship in Argentina, losing out to Argentina in the final. After this he joined the Italian team Udinese. More

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    Hottest Actors in South Africa – Top 10

    Sdumo Mtshali, in 2010, won the first season of the SABC1 reality competition Class Act, in 2010 and immediately shot to fame. With his victory came many spoils. Later in the year, SABC1 casted him in the leading role in their drama series, Intersexions. More

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    Must See Places When Visiting Egypt – Top 10

    Remember that life is not the amount of breaths you take but the moments that take your breath away. Live life and take that trip to Egypt. Do not forget to send me a postcard.  A Postcard? Do people still send postcards? More

  • Most Popular African Clothing Brands - Top 10
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    Popular African Clothing Brands – Top 10

    Laurence Airline No, it is not a bird, not an airplane but one of the largest clothing brands in Africa. Laurence Airline is a clothing brand that designs ready-to-wear pieces for men. The designers of Laurencerairline combine the vibrant prints that embody the African culture with the sleekness associated with Parisians to create statement pieces […] More

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    Best Athletes from Mozambique – Top 10

    We took a look at the best athletes from Mozambique and compiled a list of the ten who made the biggest impact. Mozambique is a beautiful country, with a long coastline along the Indian Ocean, blessed with beautiful beaches like Tofo, and beautiful offshore marine parks. A nation of now almost 29 million people, Mozambique […] More

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    Top 10 Beautiful Mosques in Morocco

    We take a look at the beautiful mosques in Morocco. Morocco truly is a beautiful country, with panoramic view ranging from the snow-covered peaks in the High Atlas mountain region to the never ending sand dunes of the Sahara, no person has ever gotten bored of this beautiful country. More

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