West Africa

Republic of Congo

The Republic of Congo, also known as Congo-Brazzaville, is a republic on the west coast of Africa on the Atlantic Ocean that extends into the central parts of the continent. The southern border follows the Congo River, on the other bank lies the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the west and north, the Republic of […]

Tea harvesting in Rwanda
Central Africa

Rwanda

Rwanda is a republic in Central Africa bordering Uganda in the north, Tanzania in the east, Burundi in the south and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the west. The population consists of hutus, tutsis and twee, but it is debated whether hutus and tutsis are different peoples. Rwanda was a kingdom ruled by an […]

Fish market in Senegal
West Africa

Senegal

Senegal is a West African country bordering the Atlantic in the west, Mauritania in the north, Mali in the east, Guinea in the southeast and Guinea-Bissau in the southwest. Apart from a small coastline to the west, the state of Gambia is completely enclosed by Senegal. Senegal is a stable democracy, with regular free and […]

The Red Baboon is the smallest of baboons
West Africa

Geography of Senegal

Most of Senegal consists of lowland covered with sedimentary rocks from Cretaceous, Tertiary and Quaternary. At the far west is the Cap Vert headland, the capital of Dakar. In this volcanic terrain, where the bedrock mostly consists of basalt, there are a number of smaller, hard and angular plateaus. Within the headland is a large […]

Seychelles
East Africa North Africa

Seychelles

Seychelles, island state east of the African mainland in the Indian Ocean, east of Tanzania and Kenya, and northeast of Madagascar. Counted to Africa. Consists of 154 islands divided into two archipelagos in an ocean area of ​​approximately one million square kilometers. The capital is Victoria on the main island of Mahé. The Seychelles have […]

Freetown is the capital of Sierra Leone
West Africa

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is a republic in West Africa, off the west coast of Africa. The country borders Guinea in the north and east, and Liberia in the south. Sierra Leone became independent in 1961 and republic in 1971. The country was haunted by corruption, civil war in the period 1991–2002 and an Ebola epidemic in […]

North Africa

Economics and Business in Eritrea

Eritrea developed a significant light industry under Italian colonial rule, but when the country was laid under Ethiopia after World War II, much of it was moved to Ethiopia, and it did not invest in modernization and development. Agriculture is traditionally the most important way of life, and is still the way of life for […]