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    Top 5 Things To Do in Constantine

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    Algeria boasts of some of Africa’s most beautiful places with breathtaking views. Little wonder tourists throng the country to catch…

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    Defining Sights at 2015 Osun-Osogbo Festival

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    Osogbo, Western Nigeria, stood still as the Osun-Osogbo Festival took centre stage in the city on August 21st. Thundering drumbeat…

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    Guinness World Record…Ghana Cooks Biggest Pot of Rice

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    A new Guinness World Record has been set as Ghana cooks world’s biggest pot of rice. In 2013, Costa Rica…

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    Mombasa’s Amazing Nightlife Spots

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    There is only one word worthy to describe Mombasa. Amazing! Yes, Mombasa’s amazing nightlife is that unique thing that stands…

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    9 Incredible Meals You Should Taste In Mombasa

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    A town with an incredible mix of culture can never be devoid of its own wonder. So it is with…

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    Enugu New Yam Festival

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    August, September and October are three special months in the Igbo cultural calendar. Each year, thousands of Igbo sons and…

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    Finding Ngwo Cave: An Unforgettable Adventure

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    Enugu is one city I’m not likely to forget in a hurry. Having read and heard so much about that…

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    Sights and Colours at the 2015 Ojude Oba Festival

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    It was a gathering of who is whom in Ijebuland at the 2015 Ojude Oba festival as Ijebu indigenes home…

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    The Magical Awhum Waterfall

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    It’s quite impossible to talk about nature’s gift to Enugu without mentioning The Awhum Waterfall. Although it’s quite on the…

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    CITY ICON: SIR WILLIAM HOY – The Saviour of Hermanus

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    The beautiful seaside city of Hermanus is one of South Africa’s best tourism exports to the world. And whenever the…

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    EXPLORING HOY’S KOPPIE: THE JEWEL OF HERMANUS

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    In the mid-19th century the early inhabitants of Hermanuspietersfontein called it “Klip Kop” – an isolated hill rising some 75…

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    ERE FESTIVAL 2015 – A CELEBRATION OF CULTURAL EXCELLENCE

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    For nine days, all roads will lead to the great Oge Kingdom in Okeagbe – Akoko, Ondo state, South-west Nigeria.…

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    SAINT LOUIS ACCORDING TO JULIE

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    This is an interesting account of a first time visitor to Senegal’s former colonial capital, Saint Louis. It’s an interesting…

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    Saint Louis International Jazz Festival: Celebrating Tunes

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    Plato said, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to…

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    CITY ICON: JACQUES DIOUF: THE ANTI-HUNGER CRUSADER

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    There are many world renowned activists and global social changers, men and women of immense strength and passion towards the…

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    Brazzaville Comes Alive for the 11th ALL Africa Games

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    Since September 4, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo’s capital has been abuzz with excitement as it plays host to the 11th…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Theibou Jen

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    Hi guys, it’s another Recipe Wednesday. Yay!!! We hope you have been enjoying the various dishes we have posted of…

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    TAKE ME THERE: TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN SAINT LOUIS

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    Making decisions for vacations and holiday trips in Africa could be really puzzling; thanks to the numerous destinations begging for…

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    Djerbahood: Fascinating street Arts

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    The Island of Djerba is popular for its lovely beaches, lively souks and succulent seafood; Erriadh an area on the…

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    POP FESTIVAL : Celebrating the acts of Arts

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    One could barely think of Djerba without Ulysses, its fabled most illustrious visitor, featuring in one’s thoughts; not with the…

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    CITY ICON – RIADH BOUAZIZI: KING OF THE ROUND LEATHER

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    Once upon a time, in an ancient island far faraway in northern Africa, lay a young mother pushing and labouring…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Salade méchouïa

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    Some days you just need a quick meal for the family and one that does not rack overly high on…

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    TOP 10 IRRESISTIBLE DESTINATIONS IN DJERBA

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    For those who think Northern Africa is only a hotbed of sand and dunes, we’ve got news for you. Come…

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    WHY YOU’LL LOVE DJERBA

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    If your first contact with Djerba is through the work of Homer, you are likely to be disappointed on getting…

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