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Top 10 Countries With The Highest Internet Users in Africa 2017

New data from a leading statistics company on the internet statista and internet world stats, has ranked Nigeria number one in internet usage in Africa; according to both companies, close to 92 million people in Nigeria are reported to have...

Top 10 Countries in Africa With The Most Prisoners

Based on datum released by the World Prison Brief (WPB), a unique database that provides free access to information about prison systems throughout the world. These are the Top 10 Countries in Africa With The Most Prisoners. ​ Top 10 Countries...

Forbes 2017: Meet The 10 Wealthiest People in Africa

(This here is the updated list, released February, 2020 - These are the Richest People in Africa (2020): Their Age, Business and Net worth This year's forbes Africa’s Billionaires list is dominated by South Africans, who have a combined net...

Top 10 Black Billionaires In The World – Forbes 2018

Nigerian Cement tycoon 'Dangote' again has been named by Forbes Magazine as the richest black person in the world, with a fortune estimated at $11.1 billion (as at October, 2018) making him the richest black billionaire in the world. The...

Top 10 Happiest Countries in Africa – UN Annual Happiness Report 2017

The United Nations annual World Happiness Report has named Algeria Africa's happiest country, while naming Nigeria the 6th happiest country in Africa. (Here's the latest report: Top 20 Happiest (and Saddest) Countries in Africa 2020) See also: 7 reasons why you should...

Top 10 Least Liveable Cities in Africa 2017

According to mercer - a company that produces worldwide quality-of-living rankings annually from its Worldwide Quality of Living Surveys, these are the 10 least liveable cities in Africa 2017. 10. Tripoli, Libya 9. Niamey, Niger 8. Bamako, Mali 7. Nouakchott, Mauritania 6. Conakry, Guinea 5. Kinshasa,...

Top 10 Most Liveable Cities in Africa 2017

According to mercer - a company that produces worldwide quality-of-living rankings annually from its Worldwide Quality of Living Surveys, these are the 10 Most Liveable cities in Africa 2017. ​ 1. Port Louis, Mauritius 2. Durban, South Africa 3. Cape town, South Africa 4. Johannesburg,...

Top 6 of the worst cities to live in Africa (2016) 

About EIU - The EIU's (Economist Intelligence Unit) Global Liveability Ranking provides scores out of 100 for lifestyle challenges in 140 cities worldwide. It looks at which cities have the best living and worst living conditions. The ranking takes...

Top 7 Of The Worst Jobs In Africa

There are good jobs and there are worst jobs below are the 7 of the worst jobs you can find in Africa. 1. Zama Zamas Zama zamas are illegal miners that are found mostly in South Africa. This zama zamas swarm...

Top 7 African Countries With The Highest Internet Users

The number of Internet users in Africa is growing at a faster pace than the rest of the world. And yet the continent still have a long way to go. Here are the top 7 african countries with the...

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Misery Index: South Africa Has The Third Most ‘Miserable Economy’ In The World

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Fighting Slavery With Suicide: The Fascinating Story of Africa’s Kru People

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Slavery Abolition Act 1833: Slavery Was Abolished Throughout The British Empire On This Day

The Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 that abolished slavery in most British colonies, freeing more than 800,000 enslaved Africans in the Caribbean and South Africa and making the purchase or ownership of slaves illegal