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Africa’s Wealthiest Man (Aliko Dangote) Opens Country’s Second Largest Cement Plant

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The Top 10 African Kings

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The Top 10 African Queens

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African History: The Mali Empire

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Senegalese Africans Invites African Americans to Come Home

The farm and other sites look beautiful!!…”Africa is for Africans…This is where you belong.” This video just about brought tears to my eyes. Tweet

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If Africa Can Feed The World, Why Doesn’t Africa Feed Africa?

“I as told that in Ghana they can have a harvest every two and a half months, which means you can put something in the ground and two and a half months later something is coming up. That tells me that potentially Africa could feed the whole planet. The western region of Africa could feed […]

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Tiguidanke Camara: From Fashion Model To Mining Mogul & More

“I’m a daughter of Africa. It may be business, but at the end of the day I want to see my continent succeed.” Tweet

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South African Apartheid vs. American Racism (Throwback Post: 2/28/08)

Wikipedia defines apartheid as: “A system of legalized racial segregation enforced by the National Party (NP) South African government between 1948 and 1994. It arose from a longer history of settler rule and Dutch and British colonialism.” America’s social ideals have also not been exempt from the effects of colonialism. Hence, the prevalence of racism […]

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Is It America vs. China In A Tug Of War For Africa’s Oil? (Throwback Post: 2/25/08)

Throughout history, natural-resource rich Africa has been pillaged for her goods. The most recent international discussion concerning Africa’s oil resources, involves the intentions of two nations who are often considered to be rivals- America and China. When it comes to the mad dash grab for African oil, the question has arisen whether or not it […]

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