Cape Town, South Africa’s ‘Mother City’ was where Europeans settled for the first time on the southern tip of Africa. This was a very colourful beginning that put South Africa on a very interesting path.
The word Zulu means ‘sky’ and was apparently first heard in the 1620s, although the birth of the Zulu people began, according to oral tradition, when Malandela and Nozinja gave the name of Zulu to their son.
Cheops, the ancient Egyptian pharaoh, was king of the 4th dynasty of the Old Kingdom in the 26th century BC.
The versatile ostrich is a bird with personality! And it is quite bazaar to even call ostriches, birds, as they can’t fly.
The people of this Nigerian kingdom, love and value their traditional ruler, the Dein of the Agbor Kingdom
Africa is a kaleidoscope of nations and identities, which is exceptionally colourful and culturally rich.
The ‘Children of Woot’, or the Kuba people of central Africa, make their home mostly in Democratic Republic of the Congo, formerly Zaire.
Anansi, which often takes the form of a spider, is a West African trickster god.
The light of Africa