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2017
The Top 10 Things to Do in Mozambique
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /390
Mozambique is a country in southeast Africa, bordered by Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa. Its capital and largest city is Maputo, which is inhabited by nearly 1.2 million people. Like nearly all African countries, Mozambique is a former European colony, which gained independence from Portugal in 1975 after nearly 500 years of […]
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Nov
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Senegal Travel Guide: Planning a Trip to Dakar
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /310
African Renaissance Monument African Renaissance Monument Senegal is a country in West Africa, which surrounds The Gambia on three sides and is bordered on the north by Mauritania, on the east by Mali, and on the south by Guinea and Guinea-Bissau. Dakar is the capital and largest city of Senegal, and it sits on the […]
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Nov
2017
Senegalese Cuisine: Where Food and Culture Intersect
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /370
Senegalese cuisine is a West African cuisine influenced by the fare of North Africa, Portugal and France, which held the country as a colony until 1960. The cuisine is derived from the nation’s many ethnic groups, the largest being the Wolof. There are several popular and beloved dishes in Senegal and I was lucky to try […]
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Nov
2017
The Top 8 Things to do in Mpumalanga
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /390
With its stunning views of Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town regularly graces the lists of the world’s best places to visit.  Indeed, most visitors to South Africa will spend time in Cape Town, Johannesburg, and maybe even Durban. But while each of those places offers its own unique attractions, “those in the know” […]
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Nov
2017
10 Black Vineyards, Winemakers and Wine Brands in South Africa
Posted by: Travel Africa Movement /300
  South Africa is among the top 10 wine producers in the world, producing more than 1,000,000 liters of wine per year. But while black and coloured* South Africans represent nearly 90% of the population, they remain woefully underrepresented in the $3 billion wine industry, at less than three percent. This great imbalance is a […]
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