2016-10-21T11:01:12ZWest African monarch who ruled Songhai from 1464 to 1492, expanding a small kingdom along the Niger River into one of medieval Africa's greatest empires.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZWhen Africans talk of slavery they inevitably mean the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Is this a true representation of the practice in Africa?
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Indigenous African slavers Traveling From the Interior. Page 4.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZA biography of Sir Seretse Khama, African nationalist leader and first president of Botswana.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Cape Coast Castle, Gold Coast. Page 5.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZA brief introduction to the history of Botswana from the time of early humans to the present day.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: A Slave Barracoon. Page 6.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Young African Boys Captured for Slave Trade. Page 8.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZHistorical Background, Factors Which Influenced the Spread Of Christianity, Christianity Reaches North Africa
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Female East African Slave. Page 7.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZJomo Kenyatta, the first president of Kenya, lived a fascinating life. Read a selection of his most famous quotes.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZBiography of Cetshwayo kaMpande, the last king of an independent Zulu nation (1872-1879). Part 3 - Anglo-Zulu War of 1879
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: African Captives Being Sent Into Slavery. Page 3.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZNewly independent African states came into being in the midst of the Cold War, at a time when foreign support could be easily tapped, by leaders and rebels.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZThe Kingdom of Kush was a powerful ancient African state that lasted for 2400 years and once ruled over Egypt, .
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Slave Decks on the Slave Bark Wildfire. Page 13.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: A Slaver's Canoe. Page 2.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZThe female royal line which has lasted for two centuries in South Africa. The Rain Queen, or Mudjadji, is responsible for protecting the Lovedu from drought and maintaining the favorable cycle of the seasons.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZUbuntu is the southern African word describing a person's connectedness to others that became the centerpiece of the humanist philosophy promoted by Mandela.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZImage of African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Diagram of the Slave Ship Brookes. Page 11.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZA brief, pictorial history of Liberia, the only African country to have been founded by African-American colonists.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZThe Mau Mau were a militant African nationalist movement active in Kenya during the 1950s whose main aim was to remove British rule and European settlers from the country.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZThomas Mboya was a Kenyan trade unionist and statesman. Earmarked as Jomo Kenyatta's successor, Mboya was assassinated six years into independence, sparking tribal unrest between Kenyatta's Kikuyu supporters and Mboya's Luo.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZDevout Pan-Africanist, African-nationalist, African-socialist, and first president of the Republic of Mali.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZSékou Touré was one of the foremost figures in the struggle for West African independence, the first President of Guinea, and a leading Pan-African. He was initially considered a moderate Islamic African leader, but became one of Africa's most oppressive Big Men.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZA Gallery of Images of African Slavery and the Slave Trade
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZSouth African Anglican cleric, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent anti-Apartheid role, chairman of the TRC in late 1990s. Tutu was a powerful moral force in South Africa, and a central figure in the anti-Apartheid struggle.
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZWhat is the meaning of Adinkra Symbols?
2016-10-21T11:01:12ZThe Population Registration Act required South Africans to be identified and registered as belonging to one of four distinct racial groups. Find out more...