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Top 20 Happiest Countries in Africa, 2023
According to the latest World Happiness Index, the top five countries in Africa with the highest levels of happiness are Mauritius, Algeria, South Africa, Republic of Congo, and Guinea.
Top 10 Largest Oil Producing Countries in Africa (2023)
Nigeria is the largest oil producer in Africa and has significant reserves of both crude oil and natural gas. The country is closely followed by Libya.
Top 10 Largest Economies in East Africa, 2023
Ethiopia has the largest economy in East Africa and is concentrated in the services and agriculture sectors.
Top 20 Richest Men in Africa 2023: Their Age, Business and Net Worth
According to 2022 Forbes ranking, Aliko Dangote of Nigeria is Africa’s richest man. His net-worth is estimated at $13.5 billion.
Top 20 Cheapest Places to Live in Africa, 2022
Mercer’s 2022 ranking found that Lusaka in Zambia is the cheapest city to live in Africa, while Tunis was ranked second place.
Top 10 Largest Countries in East Africa
Ethiopia has a total area of 1,104,300 square kilometres making it the largest country in East Africa.
Richest Countries in East Africa, 2023
Djibouti is the richest country in East Africa and the eleventh-richest country in Africa with a Nominal GDP per capita of $3,425.
Top 10 Highest Producers of Cocoa in Africa, 2022
The Ivory Coast is by far the largest cocoa producing country in Africa and the world; supplying over 30% of the world’s cocoa beans.
Top 20 Largest Economies In Africa, 2022
Nigeria tops the list of largest economies in Africa with a GDP of $514.05 billion. Petroleum accounts for more than half of Nigeria's total GDP
Top 20 Most Populated Countries in Africa, 2022
Nigeria, also known as the giant of Africa, is the most populous country in Africa with a population of over 216.5 million.
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Queen Nanny of the Maroons: The Heroine of Jamaica’s Resistance Against Colonialism
Queen Nanny of the Maroons is a legendary figure in Jamaican history, known for her leadership of the Maroon community in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.