BOTSWANA CELEBRATES 53 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

BOTSWANA CELEBRATES 53 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

Botswana celebrates its 53 years of independence from Britain.

The Republic of Botswana, a land-locked country in the southern part of Africa bordered by South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Namibia; celebrated its 53 years of Independence on the 3oth of September 2019. Formerly known as the British protectorate of Bechuanaland; …

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Madagascar – Unique Island

Madagascar – Unique Island

Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world, and it is located 400km off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean.

Madagascar’s s split from the Indian peninsula allowed native plants and animal to evolve in relative isolation. Thereby, making Madagascar a biodiversity hotspot. In other words, …

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Independence Day in Mozambique

Independence Day in Mozambique

TODAY is Independence Day in Mozambique, celebrating its independence from Portugal on June 25, 1975.

After over four centuries of Portuguese rule, they gained independence in 1975, becoming the People’s Republic of Mozambique shortly thereafter.

Mozambique is a country in Southeast Africa. The official name of the country is the …

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Angola – Africa’s Oil Giant

Angola –  Africa’s Oil Giant

As Angola celebrated it’s 42nd Independence on August  11th, we took a look at the Portuguese speaking nation.

Located in the Southern part of Africa on the Atlantic coast, Angola is Africa’s Largest Oil Producer. Endowed with large oil reserve, the country has showed an impressive economic growth rate with …

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ZAMBIA – A STABLE ECONOMY WITH AN UNSUSTAINABLE DEBT

ZAMBIA – A STABLE ECONOMY WITH AN UNSUSTAINABLE DEBT

October 24, 1964 Zambia gained independence from Britain. Fifty-Three (53) years later, we took a look into this peaceful African country.

Zambia recently celebrated it’s 53rd Independence Anniversary from Great Britain on October 24th. The event highlighted Zambia’s qualities, as being peaceful while promoting unity in the Southern African Development …

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Equitorial Guinea, 49yrs after Independence

Equitorial Guinea, 49yrs after Independence

Africa’s top investment destination, celebrates its independence, amidst economic and corruption challenges.

A small country in Western Africa, with a population of approximately 779,000 people. Equitorial Guinea gained independence from Spain on October 12, 1968. Like most African countries, the nation experienced political challenges resulting in a third of the …

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