Brexit and Africa

What Africa stands to gain and lose from Brexit

After a transition period of four years, Britain officially departed the EU on January 31, 2020. This means that some of the former aspects and polices  were forsaken to set forth into motion several agreements to guide the new UK-EU relations. As a result, three agreements were signed between the EU and Britain including the […]

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the nilotic people

The Nilotic people of Africa

If meeting an indigenous tribe whilst on safari in Africa is your wish, the Nilotic people are some of the people that have kept their ancient traditions in modern times and worth visiting. You can take a cultural tour or walking safari in some of East Africa’s remote destinations such as Masai Mara Wildlife Reserve […]

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CHOGM 2022

CHOGM 2022 kicks-off in Rwanda

The 2022 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) has kicked-off in Rwanda’s capital Kigali. The meeting which brings together leaders from majorly former British colonies started on Monday 20 June and will run till Saturday 25 June. This is the first CHOGM in four years after the initial meeting which was scheduled in 2020 was […]

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uganda national parks

Uganda national parks: What to do and see

Uganda national parks offer some of the most mazing wildlife experiences on the African continent. Uganda’s parks are home to a variety of amazing wildlife species some of which cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. Rare but popular species like the endangered mountain gorillas, golden monkeys, tree-climbing lions and thousands of endemic birds […]

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Culture: Most iconic tribes in Africa

Africa is a continent with strong traditions which makes it very attractive and popular among travellers who are cultural enthusiasts. Cultural and historical tours are very popular in Africa and are one of the major highlights in almost every part of the continent you visit. From remote and hostile societies that are fiercely feared to […]

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