Migration from India into Africa pre-dates European colonization. The number of Indians in Africa increased greatly with the settlement of Indians in Africa as indentured servants during colonization,…

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Morocco is estimated to produce 5.3 million tons (5.1 million) of wheat, Algeria is estimated to produce 2.9 million tons (3.0 million), and Tunisia, 1.3 million tons (1.3…

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Hippos live in sub-Saharan Africa. They live in areas with abundant water, as they spend most of their time submerged to keep their skin cool and moist. Do…

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Heritage Day Heritage Day is a day to remember and celebrate the various South African cultures and their heritage. Observed by South Africans Date 24 September First time…

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(1) This Bill of Rights is a cornerstone of democracy in South Africa. It enshrines the rights of all people in our country and affirms the democratic values…

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African music is a vital part of everyday life in Africa. It is a part of religious ceremonies, festivals, and social rituals. Songs are used for the important…

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Fastmail is a letter service in South Africa with a one-day delivery standard in the same city or town, a two-day delivery standard for all other destinations. How…

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African painted dog: one of the world’s most effective predators. They rely on their phenomenal stamina to tire their prey and the combined strength of the pack to…

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The Internet in South Africa, one of the most technologically resourced countries on the African continent, is expanding. The Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) . za is…

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Gold is Equatorial Africa’s most important natural resource. What are 3 major natural resources of Equatorial Africa? Equatorial Guinea’s major natural resources are timber, petroleum, and small unexploited…

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