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Alexander Miles is an African American inventor born May 18, 1838. He invented the electric elevator. He did not invent the first elevator, however, his contribution was very important. His ...

Plantains are a staple food in Africa. In the majority of households in Africa, bananas are eaten. Depending on the tastes of consumers, it can be eaten in the form ...

The African Cup of Nations is the most important continental football competition in Africa. This competition, held every two years, took place for the first time in 1957 in Sudan. ...

If you decide to study in Africa, you will not be disappointed. Africa has world class universities that offer quality training that we will make you discover through this top ...

In a football match, it is common to attend shows in the stands. Choreography, song, and dance are elements that enliven the event. South African supporters use their typical Vuvuzela ...

From a servant to a freak show attraction, Sarah Baartman was considered a monkey in Europe. Even though the public paid to admire her body, she died in poverty. Sarah ...

Located in Yamoussoukro, the capital of Côte d'Ivoire, the Notre-Dame de la Paix basilica is the largest Catholic religious building in the world. The basilica is built on an area ...

 Richard Turere is a Masai shepherd. He became responsible for raising and safeguarding his family's cattle when he was only nine years old. But often, his precious cattle were attacked ...

Cassava is a popular food in Africa. Africa produces more than half of the world's cassava. It constitutes a basic food product for a large part of Africans. Cassava is ...

Africa has always responded to the Olympic Games call. Africa counts since 1956 a prize list of 286 medals won. The majority of the medals are won by Kenya (86) ...