Every Country in Africa: Part 3

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Every Country in Africa Part 3

In case you haven’t watched Part 2. Click here to watch it first:

This is the third video of a 6 part series where we covered Mozambique, Nigeria, Tunisia, The Gambia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Togo. The video is an informative guide to Africa and African countries.

It seeks to reverse sweeping generalizations that regard Africa as a monolithic country. In fact, Africa is a continent, the second biggest continent in the world, with 54 individual countries.

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27 thoughts on “Every Country in Africa: Part 3”

  1. Sorry, you left out Greatest Zimbabwe. One of the few left ancient civilisations/cities in sub Saharan Africa with amazing architecture. A great symbol, showing that Africans were building their own civilisations before colonisation. The country Zimbabwe was actually named after this city, meaning a house built of stones.

  2. Hello from the +256! I love these vids so much. Global media gets so wrapped up in talking about Africa’s weaknesses; may we never forget and always learn from her collective beauty and history. Can’t wait for the next episode.

  3. But of course the falls exists before Livingston ever even dream of visiting Zambia. Not because he saw it that it suddenly came into being. What they need to say is that he is the first European to sight the falls. The indigenous people always knew it existed and they were the ones who took him to their scared sites.

  4. Wow as an Africa who wants to learn more about our continent, I really appreciate your videos! They are so interesting and engaging! Thank you so much for the time and effort your putting into educating us about this important continent. Looking forward to part 4! God bless you.

  5. Traveling is one of my favorite things to do. So far in Africa I've only visited Southafrica but now I feel like visiting other African countries too! Thanks alot 🙏

  6. This makes me sooo happy, often us Africans who live in Europe are blinded of the growth and beauty of Africa thank you for all you do 🙂

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