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In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals of the #WorldCup In 2018, he has become the first person to have been the Captain and Coach of the Lions of Teranga (Senegal).

Did you know Senegal’s Coach Aliou Cisse is the only black Coach at the 2018 #WorldCup

African Facts: In 1976, Jean-Bedel Bakossa 1 crowned himself Emperor of CAR in a $20m lavish Napoleon-styled ceremony

In 1976, Jean-Bedel Bakossa 1 crowned himself Emperor of Central Africa Republic  in a $20m lavish Napoleon-styled ceremony paid for by France in exchange for lots of diamonds & uranium. He felt the title of “President” was beneath him. The ceremony had thousands of Dom Perignon.

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

African Facts: In 2010, South Africa produced the world’s first completely synthetic jet fuel for commercial jets.

– South African petrochemical giant Sasol has set a world record after flying the world’s maiden commercial passenger flight powered solely by the company’s 100 percent synthetic jet fuel, which is made by converting coal into liquid fuel. The South African based company has been working over the 100 percent synthetic jet fuel, produced by […]

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

12 Swahili words to know before traveling in East Africa

EAST AFRICA is a beautiful place to visit, or even live for a while. Knowing a little bit of Swahili before you go will endear the people toward you and start your trip off right. Learn your greetings Saying “Hello and Good Morning” are a must in East Africa. You would never start a conversation without a sufficient […]

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

Mauritius Is Now Ranked The Happiest Country in Africa – Reports

  Mauritius is now the happiest country in Africa, followed by crisis-torn Libya, Algeria and Morocco respectively. The report also indicated that Somalia, another crisis-torn nation, is Africa’s sixth happiest country ahead of Cameroun, Gaborn and South Africa which ranked seven, eight and nine respectively. On the global stage, Finland is now the happiest country to […]

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

True fact: Did you know that the ancient name of Africa was Alkebulan?

Did you know that the ancient name of Africa was Alkebulan? “Among the many names Alkebu-lan [“mother of mankind” or “garden of eden”] was called are the following: “Ethiopia, #Corphye, #Ortegia, #Libya and Africa – the latest of all. Alkebulan is the oldest and the only one of indigenous origin. It was used by the #Moors, #Nubians, #Numidians, #Khart-Haddans (Carthagenians), and #Ethiopians. Africa, the […]

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals

The Hottest Place on Earth is in Africa

The Danakil Depression, including the Dallol volcanic area is one of the most remote, inhospitable and poorly studied areas in the world. They are both found in the Afar Region of Ethiopia and are part of the East African Rift System – an active tectonic plate boundary that’s splitting apart plates at a rate of […]

In 2002, Aliou Cisse was the Captain of the Senegalese squad that became the first African team to qualify for the Quarter Finals