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Category: Expat Africa
By Kay McMahon | Published: 31 October 2012
We all know that Egypt has a long and distinguished history - after all, you don't get histories much longer than five millennia! But how much more do you know about Egypt?
By Mike Kingdom-Hockings | Published: 11 December 2011
A mountain lodge at Naries Namakwa Lodge, Springbok, Northern Cape, South Africa - based on a wattle-framed bushman dwelling.
By Franjo Wright | Published: 5 April 2011
"By now the black night had enveloped us and as we listened to the plaintive cries of the wild cars coming from the Epe Expressway the kids at first organised themselves into tribal games of piggyback racing and chasing. Eventually the females gathered in a circle and discussed "Relationships: their pitfalls and advantages", while most of the guys engaged in serious male bonding. Some competed in teams trying to kick a leather ball into a target, while a small group
By British Expat | Published: 19 March 2011
Tunisia obtained its independence from France on 20 March 1956.
By British Expat | Published: 11 March 2011
Mauritius became independent on 12 March 1968 and adopted a parliamentary republican constitution exactly 24 years later.