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Thomas Isidore Sankara was born on December 21st, 1949, in Yako in the central part of the country Upper Volta. His father was a policeman and one of the handful of people during the time that was permitted to work for the colonial administration, which meant some personal benefits for Sankara when he grew up. 3,250 more words
These are the Lydenburg heads found in the Transvaal region in South Africa. They are terra-cotta works. Many artworks such as these have been found in the Southern African region and are artifacts from Bantu civilization dating from the fifth to eighth century. 142 more words
Bafaka Balue is a Bantu village, perched on one of the peaks of the Rumpi Mountains, in the Ndian area of the former British Southern Cameroons. 1,286 more words
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Coffee originated in Ethiopia! It was first discovered around the 10th or 11th century. It represents 60% of Ethiopia’s export revenue. Second only to oil, coffee is the most valuable legally traded commodity in the world. 83 more words