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[wanabidii] 'Old MacDonald’ in Yoruba? Why a Nigerian mother was inspired to create a YouTube channel (M&G Africa)
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'Old MacDonald' in Yoruba? Why a Nigerian mother was inspired to create a YouTube channel
Putting a spin on English and Nigerian folk songs has helped preserve the heritage for the diaspora community.
Warm, friendly Zambia should be on foreign tourism radar
A meander through "the sweetest country" leads to all kinds of finds: local musician JK, the Lusaka National Museum and Zamtel telecom outlets.
Desperation and death beneath South Africa's 'City of Gold' as illegal miners risk it all for a better life
Thousands are drawn to South Africa's old gold mines. Fatal accidents and violence underground is common.
A meander through SADC's sweetest spot
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