Monday, July 26, 2021

Travels and Tours

The People Of Ubang where men and women speak a different language and say Adam and Eve Hail from their Community

In Ubang, a farming community in southern Nigeria, men and women say they speak different languages. They view this unique difference as "a blessing from God". According to a report by BBC conducted in the Ubang Community, a noble member...

Ethiopia’s Lalibela historical site known as the “Second Jerusalem” reportedly endangered

The UNESCO World Heritage Committee will discuss the state of conservation at the Lalibela in northern Ethiopia; known by many in the country as 'the second Jerusalem'. Lalibela, also known as 'Africa's Petra', is interesting in terms of historical, religious...

MbbaTastyThursday: Djenkoume, A togolese Tomato Cornmeal Cake

We love to share recipes of various Afro multicultural cuisines, to celebrate the rich and delicious variety of food from the motherland and the motherland diaspora. This week on our Afro Cuisine recipe is Djenkoume. It is another #TastyThursday...

The Capital City of Kigali is under total lockdown as Rwanda battles third wave

Rwanda has put its capital Kigali back under total lockdown for 10 days effective from July 17 as the country; battles a severe third wave of the coronavirus that has seen fatalities increase over the last two weeks. As of Wednesday,...

Nairobi’s Matatu Bus Rides, A Pimped up Culture like no other

When you visit the capital of Nairobi, colorful buses known as Matatu are everywhere portraying a culture like no other. Nairobi is a city that is rapidly growing in the Eastern Africa region and has a unique identity cemented...

Check out Africa’s longest graffiti mural in Cotonou, Benin Republic

The graffiti wall in Cotonou benin city The wall is a sort of outdoor museum of more than 940 meters in length; home to the visual spectacle that is Africa's longest graffiti mural; and obtaining a world record title for...

South Africa Bans The Breeding Or Hunting Of Lions In Captivity

South Africa has just announced its plans for legislation that will ban breeding lions in captivity for hunting, cub petting; and for the commercial lion-bone trade, where their skeletons are sold as traditional medicine. This move was made in response...

#MbbaTastyThursday: kari Koko, A Seychelles Island Favorite

This week on our Afro Cuisine recipe is Kari Koko. It is another #TastyThursday and we want you to savor a taste of Africa. You can search for the ingredients in African stores around you; or better still take...

Happy Independence Day Togo: Facts About Togo You Should Know

It is the 61st anniversary of Togo’s independence from France. The west African country, Togo gained independence from France on the 27th of April 1960; 1 year before Sierra Leone gained independence on same day from Britain. To celebrate Togo's...

Happy Independence Day Sierra Leone: Facts About Sierra Leone You Should Know

It is the 60th anniversary of Sierra Leone’s independence. The country gained independence from Britain on the 27th of April 1961. Sierra Leone is a beautiful country in west Africa, which was massively inhabited by former slaves from the...

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