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East Africa Safaris Offer More Than Wildlife

October 28, 2019 4:55 am1 comment
East Africa Safaris Offer More Than Wildlife

East African safari vacations are legendary, with names like Serengeti, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Ngorongoro Crater, Amboseli, Tsavo, and Lake Manyara (among others). An African safari vacation attracts photographers, wildlife lovers, and science and nature buffs to see wildebeest migrations, giraffes in the wild, antelope of all sizes and descriptions, […]

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Brief Of Zimbabwe’s Lancaster Constitution House Conference in 1979

May 9, 2018 11:51 pm0 comments
Brief Of Zimbabwe’s Lancaster Constitution House Conference in 1979

This conference opened on 10 September 1979 and was chaired by Lord Carrington, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. It ended on 15 Dec. 1979 after forty-seven plenary sessions. All political parties involved in the Rhodesian struggle were in attendance – ZANU, ZAPU, UANC and ZUPO. The UN, […]

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Africa from Colonialism to Cold War

April 4, 2018 11:08 pm0 comments
Africa from Colonialism to Cold War

The political and economic landscape of modern Africa is largely a reflection of the taints and hallmarks of colonialism and the Cold War. In chronological terms, the line between both is very thin. But the combined impact of the Cold War and colonialism is so great that Africa’s greatest development […]

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Africa Calls European Union To Ban Ivory Trade

March 17, 2018 11:52 pm0 comments
Africa Calls European Union To Ban Ivory Trade

More than thirty leaders from Africa have signed a petition to urge European Union (EU) to announce ivory trade as illegal in its territory calling China has taken the lead, Hong Kong has followed, and now it is time for the other countries to implement the same to save elephants. […]

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38th Durban International Film Festival Opens Tomorrow

July 12, 2017 11:18 pm0 comments
38th Durban International Film Festival Opens Tomorrow

38th Durban International Film Festival – South Africa’s longest-running film fest, the Durban International Film Festival, is to open up on Thursday with 225 features, short films and docs. Most of the work will come from Africa supporting the vision to provide a platform for the local industry. It is […]

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WHO Selects Three African Countries To Test First Ever Malaria Vaccine

April 24, 2017 10:48 pm0 comments
WHO Selects Three African Countries To Test First Ever Malaria Vaccine

Three African countries have been selected by WHO to test pilot project in saving the world from malaria. Small children between the age group of 5 and 17 months in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi will be vaccinated four doses a year in 2018. If believed to the WHO regional director […]

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