As Valentine’s Day approaches, we at Africa.com have some suggestions—54 of them, in fact—for loving couples to express their devotion to each other. Country by country, read our recommendations on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day throughout Africa!
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In Africa.com’s first “Blogs We Love” post, we present “Awesome Tapes From Africa“. The blog is everything its name suggests. Started by Brian Shimkovitz after a trip to Ghana, the former ethnomusicology major with a penchant for traditional music, amassed a stockpile of tapes while in West Africa. All of it on [...]
For the energetic and soul searching 20-something year old, Africa offers the kind of experiences travelers dream about and then brag about. Here are must-do activities in Southern and East Africa that any Generation Y individual would traverse the Atlantic Ocean for.
Want more after watching Africa Straight Up? Here’s another clip from Nigeria’s Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala who was featured in Africa.com’s film Africa Straight Up.
If you’re like many consumer products executives, the thought of pursuing growth in the rest of Africa seriously slows down when you consider the poverty, famine, political instability and risk–factors that would worry any business leader. But over the past decade, the continent has undergone a quiet–yet dramatic–evolution that makes it worthy of reconsideration.
China’s involvement in Africa remains controversial, and this controversy is at the core of When China Met Africa, a film by Nick and Marc Francis of Speakit Productions.
The relationships among the countries of Africa with China are diverse, sometimes contentious, and sometimes economically beneficial. Leaders of many Africa countries are at continual odds as to whether or not associations with China will lead to long-term economic stability.