All posts tagged "Tanzania"
Culture & SocietyEmerging Diseases Threaten the Maasai People & Their HerdsSeptember 20, 2016
Culture & Society15 Interesting Facts About The Serengeti
Serengeti comes from the Maasai chat “Siring” acceptation “Endless Plain”, which absolutely is what it means: hundreds of kilometers of collapsed...July 29, 2016
African historyThe Sultanate of Zanzibar
Zanzibar is a small island 20 miles of the central east African coast. It has a tumultuous history of being a...June 7, 2016
EducationGifted children in Africa’s urban slums are a precious and untapped resource
We all know that it doesn’t matter whether you’re rich or poor. You can still be gifted. Opportunity is the key....May 3, 2016
Culture & SocietyBleaching: The “New Shade” of Black That Is Beautiful
Many decades has passed since Africans went through slavery and colonialism, a time when their resources were exploited and their minds...April 12, 2016
African historyHutu & Tutsi: An Overwhelming History Of Love, Death And Seething Hope
History will not forget the twisting tales of the two tribes that birthed two countries and left millions of skulls as...April 7, 2016
African historyCwezi Cult of Africa: Humans, Extra-terrestrials or Demi-gods ?
An interesting group of people found in east Africa subregion of Rwanda and Uganda are the Ancient Cwezi. They are sometimes...January 28, 2016
Culture & SocietyAlbinism In Africa : The Travails & Tribulations
There are few exceptions to what is generally accepted as normal. Albinism is one of the few conditions which distinguishes people...December 28, 2015
Culture & SocietyShould African schools stop teaching in English ?
In October 2015, Ghana’s education minister, Dr. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang announced the intention of the Ghanaian government to change its medium...November 9, 2015