History of Africa
The History And the Age of The Moors in Spain: How The Moors Civilized Europe - The History of Africa
In Ancient times, Africans were called the Ethiopians; in medieval times most africans were called Moors; Moors brought culture and learning to Europe. They civilized and gave Europe all modernity.
The ‘righteous’ branch of the Adamic tribe had been commanded by God over successive generations not to descend the holy mountain and mingle their seed with that of the children of Cain
Kinyanjui belonged to the initiation age set called ‘Njenga.’ Kinyanjui had been banished from his home area in Githunguri for some transgression which caused him to relocate to Southern Kikuyu. Muriuki...
Chief Wangombe was the son of a Kikuyu man and a Maasai woman. He was born in Tetu, at Kamakwa near present day Nyeri Town. His father and therefore the whole family belonged to the Ambui clan, of Thiukui Mbari.
Francis Hall was born at Sangor, India in October 1860. Around this time, traders, missionaries and slave trade abolitionists were beginning to pay attention to East Africa. About 20 years earlier, Ludwig Krapf had made...
Wangu wa Makeri was the first Kikuyu female leader in living memory. This post will bring fresh insight in the life of Wangu wa Makeri, the first ever woman Chief in Colonial Kenya. A grand child of the legendary leader...
Islam's spread from 1000 AD to 1750 AD impacted Africa socially, culturally, and politically by instituting the slave trade, creating a rise in education, and adding Muslim leaders to West Africa's history. Despite all...
Migration and settlement patterns of Kenyan communities are quite diverse. Since Kenya has got a number of ethnic groups, this makes their migration and settlement patterns something of interest.
Cry The Beloved Peoples: An In-Depth View of How the Apartheidizers Blame the Victims in Contemporary South Africa
The African South African, who are still unable to tell their suffering to the world, are a beloved peoples who are being blamed for being colonized, enslaved and their humanity squashed and crushed
In the 19th century the Zulus were the most aggressive and disciplined fighting force in southern Africa, a proud people who stood up to both the British and the Boers and fought them valiantly.
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