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Cecil Rhodes and the Scramble for Africa

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It came to me while reading Ryszard Kapuscinskiís The Shadow of the Sun, in which he describes his life in Africa. Kapuscinski first went to Africa in 1957 and travelled there several times over the next 40 years. In this delightful book, the Polish journalist writes about his exciting times in a continent about which he says: "It is a veritable ocean, a separate planet, a varied, immensely rich cosmos. Only with the greatest simplification, for the sake of convenience, can we say "Africa." In reality, except as a geographical appellation, Africa does not exist."

Books
  • Africa and Africans
  • Africa View
  • The African Experience
  • African Foreign Policies
  • Africans and Their History
  • Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Investment and Development Possibilities in Tropical Africa
  • Planning for Development in Sub-Saharan AfricaThe Politics of Opposition in Contemporary Africa
  • Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa
  • The Scramble for Africa
  • Tradition and Modernity
  • Understanding Contemporary Africa
Conflict
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"water changes everything" 40 billion hours are wasted each year getting water in Africa #smbnyc5

Films & Documentaries
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Geographics
  • Nile River
  • Sahara Desert
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Great Projects
  • Jonglei Canal
  • Libyan Man-Made River Project
  • Mauritanian "future" Bridge Over Senegal River
  • Nigerian City-Building
  • Suez Canal
  • Transaqua Project
History
Influential People
  • Cheikh Anta Diop
  • Desmond Tutu
  • Frantz Fanon
  • Kwame Nkrumah
  • Nelson Mandela
Languages
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Maps
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News of the Region
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Oil in Africa
  • Nigeria (2.6 million barrels per day)
  • Algeria (2.08 million barrels per day)
  • Libya (1.6 million barrels per day)
  • Angola (1.25 million barrels per day)
  • Egypt (579,000 barrels per day)
  • Sudan (363,000 barrels per day)
  • Equatorial Guinea (356,000 barrels per day)
  • Chad (249,000 barrels per day)
  • Congo Brazzaville (227,000 barrels per day)
  • Gabon (226,000 barrels per day)
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