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    10 Best Zambian Athletes

    Zambia has had many great athletes, some who are still living legends. These are athletes across a number of sports such as boxing, football, tennis, and athletics. Here are ten among the many that Zambia has to offer. More

  • Interesting Facts About Kenya
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    12 Interesting Facts About Kenya

    Kneyans pass down traditions and beliefs in the form of stories, songs and poems. Story telling or reciting poems is an important part of every Kenya event, fromweddings to funerals. In the evenings, children gather to listen to supernatural or moral stories from their parent. Oral tradition is so ingrained in Kenyansthat they sing as they work on the farm, do housework and other daily activities. More

  • 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

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