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Africa Untold: Transition to Transformation

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In this film we explore Somalia’s political journey during one remarkable year. During the past two decades of civil war, famine and radical insurgencies...

Africa Picture House meets Haroun

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Africa Picture House Meets award-winning Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, who discusses the making and the story behind Daratt and Sex, Okra and Salted Butter. He...

Mary Sibande

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Mary Sibande was born in 1982 in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she lives and works. She graduated with a degree in Fine Art from...

12 Days of Christmas

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A few things that you probably don't know about the 12 days of Christmas. The 12 days of Christmas is the period that in Christian...

Rhino Poachers in South African Reserve Got Killed by Lions Instead

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Find people with high expectations and a low tolerance for excuses. They'll have higher expectations for you than you have for yourself. Don't flatter...

Elephants Ain’t Bad at Recognizing Faces, but Humans Are Much Better

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Find people with high expectations and a low tolerance for excuses. They'll have higher expectations for you than you have for yourself. Don't flatter...

Ganvie: the City Lake Known as “Africa’s Venice”

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Lying in middle of Lake Nokoué, near Cotonou, Benin is Ganvie – the largest floating city in Africa. Over 20,000 people call Ganvie home and...

Interview with Olivier Bernheim, President & CEO, RAYMOND WEIL

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Born in 1954, a graduate in Law and of the Business School of Strasbourg in France, Olivier Bernheim began his career at Kronenbourg before...

The Kalahari Desert of Botswana

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All About the Kalahari Desert Africa is like no other travel destination, and if approached with a spirit of reverence and spirituality, can change you...

Best 5 Challenging Mountain Hikes in Africa

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Various People climb or hike mountains for fun where one struggles to reach a high point in the mountains area. But due to some...
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