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    Kinshasa Sapeurs: The Definition of Class and Elegance

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    It is the little things in life that matter, unfortunately, we hardly pay attention to those little things. To start…

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    Time to Heed Freetown’s Call

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    Surrounded by ‘jungled’ mountains and nice beaches along its seashores, Freetown is a place of many contrasts that make it…

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    Ma Dengn Beach Festival: A Coming Together

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    Freetown is one of West Africa’s most alluring capitals. Lively and calm, Sierra Leone’s largest city has a slew of…

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    City Icon: Haja Umu Hauwa Tejan-Jalloh (Freetown)

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    “Although I did not grow up in a female-headed household, the women made a lot of the critical decisions for…

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    A FOOD & WINE AF-FAIR!

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    For two days, Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd of May 2016, the city of Lagos played host to the first…

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    Explore Sfax, UNESCO’s 2016 Capital of Arab Culture

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    Sfax, UNESCO’s 2016 Capital of Arab Culture, is the gateway to the Tunisia’s south. Unlike Fez, Marrakesh and Casablanca, tourists…

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    Festival International de Musique Symphonique d’El Jem: A Culture of Life

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    Music has a way of affecting people and influencing moods. Such is the magnetic pull that even without lyrics, or…

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    City Icon: The Amphitheater of El Djem, Tunisia

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    The town of El Djem (also spelt El Jem) located 62km from Sfax is home to the most impressive Roman…

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    5 Things Tourists Can Do in Sfax

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    Sfax is a city organized around the sea; it is one of Tunisia’s largest cities and the country’s economic beating…

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    Abidjan Zoo: a Symbol of Recovery

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    Merely looking into the eyes of CAN, one could guess the harrowing experience the elephant went through during the…

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    For Business Travellers, Abidjan is Back in Business

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    About 5 years ago, Abidjan was on its knees as gunfire spread around while pro and anti Gbagbo forces were…

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    Abissa Festival: The True Carnival

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    Carnivals are quite popular in several parts of the world and the influence has often been associated with the Caribbean…

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    City Icon: Didier Drogba

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    All Hail Drog the King! One of Africa’s finest footballers of his generation, Didier Drogba currently plies his trade with…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Chocolate Clafoutis with Caramelised Oranges

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    Salut mes amis! Or for my non French speaking folks, hello my friends.  It’s been a wonderful week so far…

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    Grand Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire

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    The historical town of Grand Bassam was the first capital of Côte d’Ivoire from 1893 to 1896 when an outbreak…

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    Afro Tourism goes to Cote d’Ívoire

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    Starting today, Monday, April 18th, all roads will lead to a beautiful West African French state as Afro Tourism goes…

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    5 Most Talked About Places in Seychelles

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    Seychelles is a paradise of sorts. With 100 plus islands and 90,000 people, the Seychelles archipelago has only had permanent…

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    Beach Bumming in Paradise

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    Exploring 8 of Seychelles’ Idyllic Beaches… Going to Seychelles should be on everyone’s bucket list. With a tropical climate that…

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    City Icon: Wavel Ramkalawan, Seychelles

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    “Tomorrow after the election, we will continue to be the Seychellois nation. Those who win must not provoke those who…

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    UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE: Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, Seychelles

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    There are those who believe that the Vallée de Mai (May Valley) is the actual location of the Garden of…

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    Up The Creek Music Festival: Prepare to Get Wet and Wild!

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    Aptly dubbed the Mother City, Cape Town is one of the major tourists’ hotspot in South Africa, the Rainbow Nation…

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    Magical Cape Town

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    South Africa is a beautiful country. I was there when it grabbed global attention in 2010 during the world cup.…

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    City Icon: Jonathan Butler, Cape Town

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    “I was born poor, but richly blessed with talent and the gift to make music. I can’t dismiss where I’ve…

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    Interesting Spots in Cape Town

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    If you are visiting Cape Town for the first time, the city’s Table Mountain, beaches and its vibe are the…

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