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The history of the trans-Saharan trade consist not only the travel across the Sahara (north and south) to reach sub-Saharan Africa from the North African coast, Europe, to the Levant but also a multifaceted journey that married exchange of goods and also cultures.. While existing from prehistoric times, the peak of trade extended from the 8th […]

While cocoa remains the most popular cash crop across Africa, coffee and tea are the more prevalent cash crops across East African countries. The crops are commonly grown in the highlands of Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda, DR Congo and Kenya. These crops have been a top foreign exchange earner prior to increase of personal remittances. At […]

Reading the history of the great Sudan region you’ll discover a host of different and interesting factors about the zone. Sudan was endowed with some of the most artistic vestiges just like its neighbour Egypt. It was part of the great land of Kush whose greatness reached as far as India and Greece. Sudanese scholars […]

In his second term, Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has pledged to promote an affordable housing scheme to help ordinary citizens acquire homes. This means that low income households can now afford themselves a mortgage at good rates. The project which entails the construction of about half a million new homes calls for massive investments. Such […]

The pursuit of beauty and better self esteem for some comes with meticulous ways for make one feel better, more beautiful and with a higher level of confidence. This pursuit has led many to beauty products marketed as having the power to change the look from the outside such as skin lightening cosmetics that have […]

Since African nations attained their independence back in the 1960s, the notion of a united continent has always been anticipated. In 1964, the Organization of African unity (OAU) latter African Union was formulated to this respect. Muammar Gaddafi was one of the project’s most vocal leaders with great expectations for Africa. However, Africa still faces […]

Mukimo is a meal whose origin is Central Kenya (Agikuyu community) but it is being served in hotels across the country keeping in mind of the diversity of Kenyan people. Mukimo is pretty much the easiest thing to make. Any Kikuyu dish is easy to make.  Even Karen Blixen alluded to this historical fact in Out […]

Botswana is a southern Africa country made up of different ethnic groups, although the Batswana are the majority of the population, the nation’s other ethnic communities largely embrace different art mediums of expression. Music is a large part of Botswana culture, and includes popular and folk forms. Botswana church choirs are common nationwide. Music education is an essential component of the Botswana educational […]

Botswana, a southern Africa nation is one of Africa’s most stable countries and the continent’s longest continuous multi-party democracy. It is relatively free of corruption and has a good human rights record. Sparsely populated, Botswana protects some of Africa’s largest areas of wilderness. Safari-based tourism – tightly-controlled and often up market – is an important […]

The republic of Namibia, a southern Africa nation, is one of the highest developing countries in southern Africa. Predominantly desert, it neighbors South Africa in it’s southern border and Angola to the northern side. The nation is home to roughly 3 million residents among who 10 percent reside in the capital Windhoek. The South West […]


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