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Central Africa: The 9 Countries in Central Africa, their Language, Capitals and Population

Central Africa is primarily inhabited by Bantu people. Many Nilo-Saharan and Niger-Congo Ubangian communities reside in the region. The Economic Community of Central African States and the Lake Chad Basin Commission are notable Central African supra-regional organizations. Christianity and...

Nigerians Top List of African Students Studying in U.S. in 2021

Nigeria is the African country with Highest Number of International Students Studying in the US in 2021 and the 10th highest in the world.

Lost 4,500-year-old Temple Unearthed in Egypt

Archaeologists have found one of the four lost sun temples built by the pharaohs while they were still alive in an attempt to turn themselves into living gods.

The Little Known Pyramids of Meroë in Sudan

The Pyramids of Meroë contains three royal cemeteries which were constructed at the time of the Kushite Kingdom over a period close to a millennium.

South Africa’s Tugela Falls is the Tallest Waterfall in the World

Standing proud at 948 meters (3,110 feet), South Africa's Tugela Falls is the tallest waterfall in Africa and the tallest waterfall in the world.

The Leper Tree of Liwonde, Malawi

The "Leper Tree," as it has become known, remains standing till this very day. On its trunk is a hand-painted sign that reads: "The grave for individuals who suffered from leprosy in the past."

Ethiopia’s Meskel Festival in Pictures

The Meskel festival is the first big festival of the Ethiopian religious year and marks the finding of the cross that Jesus was crucified on, according to Orthodox Christian tradition.

Lifaqane Wars, Cannibalism and the Kome Caves of Lesotho

The Kome Caves are a group of smooth walled, igloo-shaped cave dwellings made out of mud in the district of Berea, Lesotho.

This Lion Sanctuary in South Africa Allows Visitors to Get Up Close With Lions by Locking Them in a Cage

A lion sanctuary near Harrismith in the eastern Free State, a province of South Africa allows people to get up close with its lions, by locking visitors in a plexiglass cage for up to 45 minutes at a time.

Ganvie – The African Village Built Entirely On Stilts

The village of Ganvie, commonly referred to as the Venice of Africa, is the largest lake village in Africa, built entirely on stilts, in the middle of a lake.
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Seriki Williams Abass: The Former Slave Who Later Became A Renowned Slave Merchant in Yorubalamd

Seriki Williams Abass was a renowned slave merchant during the 19th century and a former paramount ruler of Badagry.
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