Category: Africa

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Malindic, Kenya

Climate and Weather of Malindic, Kenya

The climate of Malindic According to Topschoolsintheusa, Malindi is a large city in southeastern Kenya on the Indian Ocean. Malindi is located in the former province of Pwani, on the Athi-Galana-Sabaki River. The city...

Tamale, Ghana

Climate and Weather of Tamale, Ghana

The climate of Tamale Tamale is located in the north of Ghana and is one of the fastest growing cities in Africa. Tamale is the capital of the Northern Region of Ghana. Most of...

Kidal, Mali

Climate and Weather of Kidal, Mali

The climate of Kidal Kidal is located in the eastern part of Mali in the province of the same name, of which it is also the capital. This is where the Mouvement Populaire de...

Sights of Madagascar

Sights of Madagascar

Antananarivo “The city of a thousand warriors”, or as it is often called here – Tana, the largest and most colorful city of the island. The city is located at an altitude of 1240...

About Tunisia

About Tunisia

The official name of the country is the Tunisian Republic, but the unofficial name comes from the name of the capital, which, in turn, was named after the Phoenician queen Tanit. Previously, Tunisia belonged...

Kenya Prehistory

Kenya Prehistory and History

PREHISTORY At the sites of Kanapoi and Allia Bay some remains of Australopithecus have been found (between 2 and 3 million years ago; Australopithecus anamensis). The genus Paranthropus (1.5-1.9 million years ago), with a...

Kenya Economy

Kenya Population and Economy

Population The ethnic picture is a real mosaic, being composed of about sixty ethnic groups, sometimes very different from each other: the Bantu, originally from central Africa, prevail, followed by the Hamites and Niloto-Hamites,...

Kenya Physical Characteristics

Kenya Physical Characteristics

According to animalerts.com, Kenya is an east African state, extending across the equator. It borders to the North with South Sudan and Ethiopia, to the East with Somalia, to the SW with Tanzania, to...

Kenya in 1979

Kenya in 1979

According to allunitconverters.com, Kenya has an estimated population (in 1990) of 24.03 million residents. (it was 15,327,061 residents at the 1979 census). The most important and dominant ethnic group on the economic and political...

Kenya Geopolitics

Kenya Geopolitics

Kenya has established itself in the East African region as a country of great potential, deriving above all from having always pursued a pro-Western political line and from having benefited from a certain political...

Kenya Geography

Kenya Geography

Climate. – Given the relief, the colony’s climate varies considerably from one area to another. In the coastal region it is very hot, but with not very abundant rains, which are decreasing from the...

Kenya Exploration

Kenya Exploration and Morphology

Exploration and history. – The history of the east coast of Africa between Ras Kiambone and Vanga and of the territory behind it before the establishment of the Arabs is very little known. These,...

Kenya Demographics

Kenya Demographics 1963

Formerly a British colony (and partially protectorate), since 12 December 1963 it has been a republic within the Commonwealth. At the 1969 census the popol. overall was 10,942,705 residents (11.7 million in 1971). The...

Kenya Defense

Kenya Defense and Security

Defense and security The risk of terrorism remains high, with more than 500 deaths caused by the al-Shabaab attacks between 2012 and June 2015 . The continuing destabilization of Somalia, the spread of al-Shabaab...

Kenya Brief History

Kenya Brief History

According to proexchangerates.com, Kenya is a country in eastern Africa, overlooking the Indian Ocean. Before the 16th century the interior of Kenya was inhabited by Bantu- speaking peoples, such as the Ogiek and Kamba,...

Kenya Arts

Kenya Arts and Cinematography

ART AND ARCHITECTURE The extraordinary variety of local languages ​​and the importance and continuity of traditions emerge in the artistic and architectural production of Kenya In architecture, the English heritage is revealed in the...

Kenya Architecture

Kenya Architecture

According to paradisdachat.com, the Kenya remained a British colony until 1963; however the British, when they abandoned power, left behind a strong cultural and political-administrative tradition; this influence, after thirty years of independence, is...

Egypt Archaeology

Egypt Archaeology

The archaeological activity in Egypt during the last decade has seen the continuation of some major works in now traditional areas, such as the Polish excavations in Alexandria and Athens, or the Swiss and...

Ethiopia Languages

Ethiopia Languages

From a linguistic point of view, Ethiopia presents a rather complicated situation, due, for the central part, to the overlapping of different races or peoples on the same territory, each keeping its own language...

Tunisia Arts and architecture

Tunisia Economy and Arts

Economic conditions After the achievement of independence (1956), Tunisia undertook an economic policy inspired by the principles of socialism, proceeding with expropriations and nationalizations and preparing planning tools, above all to improve the precarious...

Algeria Ethnography

Algeria Ethnography

The natives. – Algeria, a political individual, has no ethnic characteristics that differentiate it from neighboring countries, but it has the advantage over some of these that it is very well known. Prehistory shows...

Morocco Economy

Morocco Economy Overview

The restructuring of the economy, which grew in the colonial period on agricultural and mining bases, started very slowly in the years following the regained independence (1956). But the constant efforts to diversify the...

South Africa Economic and Financial Policy

South Africa Economic and Financial Policy in the 1990’s

During the 1990s, the South African economy exhibited an uncertain trend, passing from a period of deep recession to a fragile but nonetheless positive recovery for a country that, during most of the 1980s,...

Travel to Morocco

Travel to Morocco

Only 15 kilometers of water separate Morocco from Europe. Yet it is a completely different world that opens up – in Morocco, the bazaars are more colorful, the Spanish-Moorish architecture more magnificent and the...

Working and Living in Tanzania

Working and Living in Tanzania

In 2020, 69 Germans officially emigrated to the United Republic of Tanzania and 129 returned to their homeland. Within the 10 years from 2010 to 2019, 1,353 Germans officially emigrated to Tanzania and 1,544...

Best Travel Time and Climate for Mozambique

Best Travel Time and Climate for Mozambique

Palm trees, white sand and turquoise water attract visitors to Mozambique’s long beaches. They are the perfect addition to busy days on safari. On the other hand, 400 years of Portuguese rule have left...

Namibia History Timeline

Namibia History Timeline

According to Extrareference, Namibia is a country located in the southernmost part of Africa. It borders Angola, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa. The land is predominantly flat and is located in a desert area...

Chad Geography

Chad Geography

(République du Tchad; Jumhūrīyat Tashād). State of north-central Africa (1,284,000 km²). Capital: N’djamena. Administrative division: regions (14). Population: 10,435,000 residents (2008 estimate). Language: Arabic and French (official), Sudanese dialects. Religion: Muslims 53.9%, Catholics 20.3%,...

Madagascar History

Madagascar History

With the founding of the French Community in 1958, Madagascar opted for status of autonomous Republic within the Community itself (10 October 1958), thus gaining full independence on 26 June 1960. Tsiranana established a...

Cameroon Economy and Culture

Cameroon Economy and Culture

ECONOMY The main trading partners are the countries of the European Union (in particular Spain, Italy and France). Cameroon imports goods mainly from Nigeria, France, China, Belgium, Equatorial Guinea and Germany. The volume of...