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    These Are The Five Drunkest Countries in Africa

    These Are The Five Drunkest Countries in Africa

    Nigeria tops the list of Africa’s heaviest drinkers which is contributed by their tradition of drinking palm wine. Three East African Nations; Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya are also on the list.

      These Are The Five Drunkest Countries in Africa

      Nigeria tops the list of Africa’s heaviest drinkers which is contributed by their tradition of drinking palm wine. Three East African Nations; Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya are also on the list.

        To Go Back to Africa, or Not? That Is The Question.

        Business and industry leaders at the Africa Business Conference discuss when and how to go back to Africa after studying or living in the diaspora.

          Going Against the Tide: Kenyan Musician, Labdi Ommes, Plays an Instrument That Women Shouldn’t!

          Labdi Ommes,a burgeoning artist in Kenya, is on a quest to popularize traditional music among Africans and see to it that African traditional musical instruments are incorporated in modern music.

            Swaziland Orders Schools to Teach Christian Religion Only

            Swazi schools opened for the new academic year on the 24th of January with government ordering them to teach only Christianity.

              Don’t Be Afraid Of Failure, Rather Be Afraid Of Never Failing

              Tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and leaders have to rise against their fears today to succeed. They shouldn't let fear hold them back from achievements.

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              Can The African Music Industry Do Better?

              Can The African Music Industry Do Better?

              Finally, to my fellow Africans, especially those with a passion for music, try hard to create music from your heart and avoid copying

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              Is it True that Africans are Naturally Inferior?

              I however think that Africans are not inferior but may have inferior attitude.

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              Can The African Music Industry Do Better?

              Finally, to my fellow Africans, especially those with a passion for music, try hard to create music from your heart and avoid copying

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              How This Boy From Malawi Created Electricity From Wind

              If we all struggle to solve Africa’s challenges, then no doubt that our continent will never be called dark.

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              African Makeup Brands You Should Know About

              African makeup brands are effectively competing on the world stage. These are some of them.

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              Why Wangari Maathai’s Journey Should Serve as Inspiration for African Girls

              As young people, I believe we can learn that it is always important to have a purpose in life, to always endeavor to put our ideas into action and to constantly challenge ourselves.

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              The Urgent Need for the Reformation of Islam

              No development will be conceivable under a climate filled with ethnic, sectarian and religious tensions.

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              Romancing Global Tertiary Education

              The university, as a temple of acquisition of beneficial knowledge, positive values and appropriate behavior and way of life can play a major role in regulating globalization for the good of humanity.

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              The Trump We Love to Hate

              Judging by the public outrage we’ve witnessed in the past couple of weeks, those on the ground aren’t too happy about the newly inaugurated POTUS.

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              Sexual Equality Is Not Sexual Sameness

              Whether men and women are equal is a socio-political question but whether they are the same, is a scientific one.

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              Morocco: The Everlasting Belief in Saints and Spirits

              While spirits play an important role in the Moroccan rich culture, traditional beliefs surrounding spirits and the continued veneration of saints creates a more unique approach to the spiritual world compared to the Muslim world.

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              Has “The African Dream” Become a Nightmare, We Love?

              The dream of most Africans is largely to be doers of stuff, without intricate thinking through stuff!

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              African Fashion Bloggers who Avidly Wear African Brands

              The influencers who fervently wear fashion and design from Africa are key drivers of growth of the fashion industry. This article lists some of them.

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              Morocco: The Perplexing Land of Contrasts and Contradictions

              The contrasts and contradictions mentioned here above may be perplexing and baffling to the foreigners, but in reality they are the ingredients that make Morocco the fascinating mosaic.

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              The Chronicles of the Sephardic Jews in Spain, Europe and in Morocco after 1492 [Part 2]

              The Moroccan Jewish culture has persevered through time, resisted the wear and tear of successive persecutions, stigmatization and massacres, and is still alive and thriving today.

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              The Chronicles of the Sephardic Jews in Europe and Morocco after 1492 [Part 1]

              Those who kept their Jewish faith were made by the Catholics to pay a tax and were often badly treated and ostracized.

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